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    on the minds of many investors

    Is "on the minds" correct English? Should it be "in the minds"?


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    Re: on the minds of many investors

    It sure seems right to me. Haven't you ever heard "What's on your mind?"?
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    #3

    Re: on the minds of many investors

    in one's mind
    on one's mind


    These are different phrases, with different meanings. Perhaps you can refer to a dictionary to research the difference.

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