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STUDY NUMBER (731)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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CARD NUMBER(1)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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INTERVIEW NUMBER

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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PURPOSES FOR SAVINGS(1)

Q.A1A2 Different people have different reasons for saving. In your case, what are the purposes for saving? Anything else?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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PURPOSES FOR SAVINGS(2)

Q.A1A2 Different people have different reasons for saving.In your case, what are the purposes for saving? Anything else?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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PURPOSES FOR SAVINGS(3)

Q.A1A2 Different people have different reasons for saving.In your case, what are the purposes for saving? Anything else?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT CONSIDER WHEN SAVING(1)

Q.A3 What kinds of things do you consider when deciding where to put money you don't plan to spend right away?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT CONSIDER WHEN SAVING(2)

Q.A3 What kinds of things do you consider when deciding where to put money you don't plan to spend right away?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HAVE SAVINGS,INVESTMNTS,RESERVES

Q.A4 Do you (and your immediate family) have any savings, investments, or reserve funds?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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SAVINGS/INVEST/RESERVE WORTH 1,000

Q.A5 Would they be worth $1000 or more, altogether?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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SATISFIED WITH DIVERSIFICATION

Q.A6 Some people are not fully satisfied with the way their funds are distributed among the various investments. Are you fully satisfied or not? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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IF NO TO QA6, WHY NOT(1)

Q.A7 How is this - could you tell me about it?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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IF NO TO QA6, WHY NOT(2)

Q.A7 How is this - could you tell me about it?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HOW FREQ REVIEW SAVINGS PLAN

Q.A8 How frequently do you review where your savings are invested to determine if you would like to make any changes?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HOW IMP:RATE OF RETURN

Here are some of the things people tell us are important to them in managing their investments. How important is each one of these things to you? Q.A9 How about high rate of return (rent,interest,dividents,profit)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HOW IMP:RISK FACTOR

Here are some of the things people tell us are important to them in managing their investments. How important is each one of these things to you? Q.A10 How about safety(absence of risk)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HOW IMP:LIQUIDITY

Here are some of the things people tell us are important to them in managing their investments. How important is each one of these things to you? Q.A11. How about liquidity (ease of cashing)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HOW IMP:CAPITAL GAINS

Here are some of the things people tell us are important to them in managing their investments. How important is each one of these things to you? Q.A12 How about capital gains (things that will increase in value)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HOW IMP:ELSE

Q.A13 Is there anything else important to you in managing your investments?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT IS ELSE(1)

Q.A14. What is it?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT IS ELSE(2)

Q.A14. What is it?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OPPORTUNITIES

Q.A15 Do you have some funds which you have set aside just to take advantage of opportunities that may come along, even if they are a bit speculative? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HAVE BENEFICIAL INT IN TRUST FUND

Q.A16 Do you or any of your immediate family have a beneficial interest in a trust fund?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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ANY CONTROL OVER TRUST FUND INVESTM

Q.A17 Do you have any control over how it is invested?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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JOINT SAVINGS W/PERSNS NOT LIVING W/YOU

Q.A18 Do you have some things that you jointly owned with friends or with relatives who do not live with you?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT KINDS OF INVESTM ARE THOSE

Q.A19A20 What kinds of investments are these? Anything else?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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W/WHOM OWNED

Q.A21 With whom are they owned-your parents,your children, a friend, or whom?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHY JOINTLY OWNED(1)

Q.A22 What are the reasons why these investments are jointly owned?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHY JOINTLY OWNED(2)

Q.A22 What are the reasons why these investments are jointly owned?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHO DECIDES ABT JOINTLY OWNED

Q.A23 Who would be responsibe for deciding what to do with those things-whether to sell them and invest the money somewhere else, for instance? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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MARITAL STATUS

Q.B1 Are you single, married, widowed, divorced, or separated?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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ANY DEPENDENT CHILDREN

Q.B2 Do you have any children who are still dependent on you?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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ANY OTHER DEPENDENTS

Q.B3 Do you have any other dependents?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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ANY LIVING CHILDREN NO LONGER DEPENTS

Q.B4 Do you have any living children who are no longer your dependents?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HANDLE INVESTMENTS OR SOMEONE ELSE

Q.B5 Do you (and your immediate family) handle the job of managing your investments, or have you turned over some of your investment decisions to someone else? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT ARE MANAGED BY OTHERS

Q.B6 What kinds of investments are managed by someone else?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHO IS MANAGER

Q.B7 Is the person who manages them- a stockbroker, a bank officer, or what?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT INSTRUCTIONS IS MNGR GIVEN(1)

Q.B8 What kind of policy or instructions is he following in handling your investments?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT INSTRUCTIONS IS MNGR GIVEN(2)

Q.B8 What kind of policy or instructions is he following in handling your investments?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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HOW OFTEN MNGR CHECKS WITH YOU

Q.B9 How frequently does he check with you about your investments-once a month, once a year, or what?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHEN MANAGE OWN, GET ADVICE

Q.B10 In handling the investments which you manage yourself (yourselves), do you get advice from other people?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHAT KINDS OF ADVICE SEEK

Q.B11 For what kinds of investment decisions do you usually get advice?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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WHO GET ADVICE FROM

Q.B12 Do you get advice from a stockbroker, a business colleague, or whom?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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SPEC INFO YOU ARE ABLE TO GET

Q.B13 What special information are you able to get?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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TRY TO BE INFORMED ABOUT VAR INVEST

Q.B14 Do you try to keep informed about various kinds of investments?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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MAIN SOURCES OF INFO(1)

Q.B15 What would you say are your main sources of information?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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MAIN SOURCES OF INFO(2)

Q.B15 What would you say are your main sources of information?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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MAIN SOURCES OF INFO(3)

Q.B15 What would you say are your main sources of information?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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YOU/HEAD COVERED BY SOC SEC

Q.C1 Now let me ask some questions about the kinds of savings and investments that you and your immediate family have. Are you (Head) covered by social security? ... (view details)

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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COVERED BY OTHER RET/PENSION PLAN

Q.C2 Are you covered by some other retirement or pension program or deferred compensation plan?

Taken from: Economic Behavior of the Affluent, 1964.

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