March 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Mar2002, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p20
Academic Journal
The article reports on the economic statistics of the U.S. as reported on various publications. The number of shares traded in the New York Stock Exchange in 2001 was 307,446,426,796. The credit limits on credit cards has increased 16% from third quarter of 2000 to third quarter of 2001. The ratio of U.S. stock mutual funds in 2001 was 8 of 10.


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