K&H survey: Investors know their business

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The domestic investors are well informed in investment cases, however, most of the them still prefer to consult with investment counselors, Hungarian-owned commercial bank K&H said in a report today.

According to the report, 84% of the 2,000 individuals surveyed claimed that the investment counselors are the most trusted specialists.

The K&H survey also revealed that 39% of respondents identified online websites as the second most common information source, while 37% put conferences in the third place.

“Due to the numerous and various investment constructions in the investment market, it is important to be well informed about the opportunities,” Zsuzsanna Zobor Chief Executive Officer at K&H said. According to Zobor, 45% of those surveyed use more than one financial source for orientation.   

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