Here you see two visualizations (bar charts). The first bar chart (in green) displays the level of disagreement for each survey question in the responses of the people who decided to invest (the INVESTORS). The second bar chart (in red) displays the level of disagreement for each survey question in the responses of the people who decided not to invest (the NON-INVESTORS).
In your view, what might have prompted the investors and non-investors to answer the survey questions differently? What are the reasons for the high consensus (low disagreement) among investors and among non-investors regarding the last issue (the issue to the most right) on each of the two bar charts? Is this high consensus consistent with the decision (to invest or not)? Please write down your explanation in the comment field at the bottom of this page.
Anticipated Returns: “An investment in PHAZON will yield high return.”
Potential Loss: “PHAZON will yield a negative return on investment.”
Variability in Anticipated Outcomes: “An investment in PHAZON will yield a return that falls within a wide bandwidth.”
Perceived Risk: “An investment in PHAZON is risky.”