Dear Respondents
This questionnaire is aimed to describe the behavioral factors that influence individual investors decision making process in the stock market. Finding of this study will help to determine factors influencing investors decisions in financial markets. The data collected through this will be kept confidential as it is an academic research. If you are interested in the findings of this study please provide your email address at the end of the questionnaire.

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* 1. What is your age?

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* 2. What is your gender?

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* 3. What is your marital status?

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* 4. What is the highest level of education you have completed?

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* 5. Did you complete any course relevant to trading on the stock exchange?

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* 6. How often do you monitor your investments?

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* 7. In your opinion, how below mentioned factors influence your investment decision making.

  Very much, Quite a bit, Somewhat, A little bit, Not at all, N/A
Stock marketability (that can be easily sold).
Tax effect on Profit.
Dividend paid
Financial statement condition.
Expected dividends.
Expected corporate earnings
Stock Price.
Minimizing Risk.

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* 8. In your opinion how below mentioned factors influence your investment decision making.

  Strongly agree, I agree, Undecided, I disagree, Definitely disagree N/A
You buy ‘hot’ stocks and avoid stocks that have performed poorly in the recent past.
You use trend analysis of some representative stocks to make investment decisions for all stocks that you invest.
You study about the market fundamentals of underlying stocks before making investment decisions.
You rely on your previous experiences in the market for your next investment.
Market information is important for your stock investment.
You put the past trends of stocks under your consideration for your investment.
You consider the information from your close friends and relatives as the reliable reference for your investment decisions.
You usually react quickly to the changes of other investors’ decisions and follow their reactions to the stock market.
Other investors’ decisions of choosing stock types have impact on your investment decisions.
You avoid selling shares that have decreased in value and readily sell shares that have increased in value.
You believe that your skills and knowledge of stock market can help you to outperform the market.
You ignore the connection between different investment possibilities.
Other investors’ decisions of buying and selling stocks have impact on your investment decisions.
You tend to treat each element of your investment portfolio separately.
After a prior gain, you are more risk seeking than usual.
After a prior loss, you become more risk averse.
You feel more sorrow about holding losing stocks too long than about selling winning stocks too soon.
You consider carefully the price changes of stocks that you intend to invest in.
You forecast the changes in stock prices in the future based on the recent stock prices.

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* 9. Please give your opinion on your investment performance:

  Strongly disagree Disagree Neutral/ Neither agree nor disagree Agree Strongly agree N/A
Your rate of return is equal to or higherthan the average return rate of the market.
You feel satisfied with your investment decisions in the last year (including selling, buying, choosing stocks, and deciding the stock volumes).
The return rate of your recent stock investment meets your expectation.

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* 10. If you are interested in the findings of this study please provide your email address.

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