O'Neill: Scars of Last Decade Hang Over Investors

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March 12 (Bloomberg) -- Former Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman Jim O’Neill discusses equities on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

According to a new bloomberg news poll.

Only 21% say that the gains of the stock market that made them feel more secure.

Jim, i'm shocked by that.

What is your take on three quarters a reckons feeling like the bull market has left them?

It depends on what kind of survey that is.

Normal people.

I guess main and wall street are not the same -- it says that the average or megan is not invested the way he or she was 10 years ago.

The underlying thing that comes out of it is the scars of the last decade hangover people still.

I don't think about it everyday, but of course one of the reasons the equity market did so well is because it rewards those who are the bravest rather -- if i were actively involved, i would be right pleased about hearing that kind of survey.

You go 15 is ago and anybody who has a place down in florida, they would spend half the time speculating.

It is suggested that there is money still on the silence because people haven't benefited.


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