Roughly a third see a buying opportunity in the recent market downturn, saying they will increase their current 401(k) contribution amounts.
The Fidelity survey also found that two-thirds (67%) of the 401(k) investors who called in plan to keep the percent of their assets invested in equities the same, while 22% plan to increase their commitment to stocks.
The survey was based on interviews with 370 plan participants who called Fidelity phone representatives from October 11 to November 5.
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