The AMRP provides financial services organizations with insights into the demographics, attitudes and investment behaviors of the nation's most affluent households.
AMRP has been providing the financial services community with critical data and insights since 1981.
These households are older, half are retired, and they are extremely smart about investing," said Jeanette Luhr, Manager of the AMRP for TNS Financial Services.
AMRP is based on a representative national sample of approximately 3,300 households with a net worth of $500,000 or more, excluding primary residence.
has been in existence since 1981 and provides leading financial services organizations with valuable insights into the attitudes and behaviors of affluent households.
Confidence Index, a measurement of affluent Americans' attitudes toward the economy and their personal financial situations, rose slightly from 15.
is based on a representative national sample of approximately 1500 households with a net worth of $500,000 or more, excluding principal residence.