Mass affluent investors are beginning to regain confidence following the economic downturn, according to the Spring 2013 Merrill Edge Report.

Those investors, which have between $50,000 and $250,000 in investable assets, are implementing lessons learned, according to a study of the financial concerns and priorities of the mass affluent released by Bank of America, Merrill’s parent. Consequently, the mass affluent are cutting debt in favor of long-term investments.

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