Despite the ongoing sluggishness in the nation's economy, investors remain confident in publicly traded companies, according to the 5th annual "Main Street Investor" Survey.
The poll, released in conjunction with the Center for Audit Quality and the Investor Confidence Forum, showed that seven in 10 of those surveyed have retained at least some confidence in investing in public companies.
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