Rockville, MD—October 31, 2011—The Advisor Confidence Index (ACI), a benchmark that gauges advisor views on the U.S. economy and stock market, reports that advisor confidence jumped 8.70% in October. The index closed the month at 99 .64, up 7.97 points from September’s close of 91.67. All four components of the ACI were up for the period as advisors’ anxieties around the U.S. and global economies were overshadowed by a recognition of the market’s extreme ... Freemium Content

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