What is Your Investment Risk Tolerance?
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What is your Investment Risk Tolerance?
That’s my everyday working definition of a client’s risk tolerance. It’s interesting because it can be a moving target. There’s a lot that goes into risk tolerance. right? If things are going well and everything seems great, people tend to have a higher risk tolerance than when the market’s been down. So trying to get at their real risk tolerance can sometimes be tricky.
How Do You Measure Risk Tolerance?
You can also take a look at the past in times of market volatility and focus on market recovery. Concentrate on the term and don’t obsess and worry over what’s happening right now and how bad things seem. It’s helpful to take a big-picture approach when you’re trying to improve your volatility composure.
Types of Risk Personalities
Your Risk Personality relates to how you think about investing and whether you’re a default conservative or a default risky person. Having an understanding of this really helps when we’re putting together Portfolios. There is a pendulum with this too.
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