Money Anxiety Index (MAI)

Written By Michael Reign on Friday, January 9, 2015 | 8:10 PM

Terminological appellation synonymous with the Monetary Anxiety Index designation, the MAI exists as a statistical measure contingent on the presence of a varying degree of economic indicators and factors exhibiting an undetermined degree of synchronicity with consumer confidence. MAI differs from other indices of consumer confidence mainly because the prerequisites governing its statistical analysis and ultimately its mathematical calculation exist as an objective measure (Fiscal determinates exhibiting a predispositional proclivity toward behavioral patterns that attain precedence due to the presence of economic indicators that adversely affect decisions in relation to the intrinsic market-based value of currency and its aggregate purchasing power) in direct contrast to its subjective-based counterparts (Fiscal determinates exhibiting a predispositional proclivity toward the emotional state of prospective consumers relative to the most current statistical demographics governing economic viability).
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