A recent survey paints a portrait of the typical equity investor that looks a lot like the profile of a typical bank brokerage customer.

According to a study released last week by the Investment Company Institute and the Securities Industry Association, the typical investor in individual stocks and equity mutual funds is 47 years old, has a household income of $60,000, and total household financial assets of $85,000. And the typical investor has long-term financial goals.

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