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Reported by FN Arena
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
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FNArena is surveying investor sentiment in Australia in an effort to generate, over time, a similarly leading gauge as the AAII Investor Sentiment Survey in the US. The first survey was conducted in March 2011.

You are hereby invited to participate by expressing your personal view on the share market. The survey takes up a few minutes only.

As we do this in coordination with the Australian Investors Association (AIA) we ask members of AIA to only participate in one of either surveys.

Here's the link to the survey: http://www.fnarena.com/index2.cfm?type=dsp_survey

(If clicking on it doesn't work, please copy and paste into your browser)

We encourage all participation, ask for honesty and sportsmanship and thank you for participating in our survey.

Don't procrastinate, the survey will only remain open until Friday evening.

All questions/feedback: info@fnarena.com

 

Find out why FNArena subscribers like the service so much: "Your Feedback (Thank You)" - Warning this story contains unashamedly positive feedback on the service provided.

Our archive tells no lies. FNArena warned its readers well before the price of crude oil peaked in 2008 the speculator bubble would deflate with devastating consequences for those holding oil company shares. In August we warned the most severe correction in modern history was forthcoming for natural resources. In 2007 we warned the problem with US subprime mortgages would prove much bigger than experts and media were anticipating (among other things).

FNArena is showing the true value of truly independent financial analysis and reporting. Our daily news reports can be trialed at no cost and with no obligations at www.fnarena.com. Simply sign up and see it for yourself.

Subscribers and trialists should read our terms and conditions, available on the website.

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