Fidelity Investments polled customers with at least $250,000 in investable assets on a range of income generation questions. It found that those investors are actively looking for dividend-producing stocks and corporate bonds for higher yields in a low interest rate environment.

The poll was taken during the live Fidelity Viewpoints Forum: Investing for Income in Boston on June 13, where five Fidelity portfolio managers discussed the Eurozone implications in the U.S. economy, opportunities in emerging markets and that they believe many U.S. corporations are currently a quality investment in stocks and bonds.

Forty-four percent of investors polled said they would put their next investing dollars in U.S. stocks, 16 percent would put it in investment-grade corporate bonds, 9 percent chose high-yield bonds and 9 percent chose "under the mattress."

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