High-net-worth investors still have high expectations of market returns, and the average 5.8 percent they've made on their investments shows they might be right.

Fidelity Investments took the pulse of its customers with at least $250,000 in investable assets via a webcast earlier this month, and released those results on Wednesday.

The survey covered potential tax increases, sector growth and opportunities in emerging markets. On average, 1,574 attendees responded to each question, and the majority had more than $250,000 in investable assets.

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Michael S. Fischer

Michael S. Fischer is a longtime contributing writer for ThinkAdvisor. He previously reported on trade and intellectual property topics for the Economist Intelligence Unit and covered the hedge fund industry for MARHedge and Reuters News Service.