Investors reaching or in retirement are much more likely to stay in the stock market if they’re invested in financial products that provide guaranteed income. That was one of the major findings this week from an online survey Prudential conducted in May of this year. 

Prudential found that 84% of the 1,000 Americans polled would remain in the stock market -- even if they were to experience short-term losses -- if they had guaranteed investment products in their portfolios. That’s up 10% from 2006.

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