Most investors from affluent households, while unlikely to reduce the number of mutual fund shares they own, either see the recent scandal as a non-isolated incident or have not yet made up their minds, according to a recent study by Phoenix Marketing International.

In polling 6,000 households with either $250,000 in assets or $150,000 in household income, the marketing group's Affluent Marketing Service found that about 30% of respondents think the scandal will grow and about 33% have not yet decided their position.

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