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Investor Confidence Survey: Win a Flat Screen TV and Wine

How are investors feeling about 2013? Take our 2-minute survey and you'll automatically receive a £40 wine voucher and the chance to claim a flat screen TV

Holly Cook 1 February, 2013 | 9:00AM

It’s been a strong start to the year on the UK stock market and believers in the ‘January Effect’ will tell you that means the market will continue to rise over 2013.

Indeed, we’ve seen an improvement in investor confidence as eurozone disaster has been averted, the US fiscal cliff has been postponed and the flood of investor money to fixed income has shifted in recent months in favour of equities once again.

But what do you think? Is 2013 going to be a positive year for investors? Which asset classes are going to outperform? And will you be going it alone or seeking professional financial advice?

Morningstar has teamed up with the Association of Investment Companies to gauge the issues and attitudes affecting sophisticated private investors, like you. Please take two minutes to complete our short investor confidence survey. All entrants will automatically receive a £40 Naked Wine voucher and one lucky winner will become the proud owner of a brand new flat screen TV.

To claim your voucher and enter the prize draw, all you need to do is answer the short survey.

The survey ends on February 28, 2013 and the results and winner will be announced in March.

Thank you in advance for sharing your views.

Everyone who completes this survey will get a Naked Wines £40 voucher which can be used against any purchase (of £79.99+p&p or greater). The voucher code and password will be displayed on the ‘Thank You’ page on submission of the completed survey. One lucky winner will also be selected at random to win a flat screen TV. 

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About Author Holly Cook

Holly Cook  is Managing Editor of Morningstar.co.uk