What is your risk appetite for investment?
Firstly, let’s dissect what risk appetite means. Risk appetite or risk tolerance is your willingness as an investor to accept a certain level of financial risk with the expectation of earning potential returns. So now, where do you believe you stand on the risk appetite scale?
The attitude of a risk-averse investor means that your focus is mainly on the preservation of savings and wealth. Let’s delve a bit deeper to explore your opportunities.
As a cautious investor, you are willing to accept very small sporadic losses, with your primary focus being capital preservation but also generating slightly higher returns.
As a moderately-cautious risk investor, your financial strategy is that you are willing to accept some moderate losses in capital, on occasion, but maintain a balanced approach by evening it out with conservative and low-risk assets. If this sounds like you, we have a few insights for you to consider.
As a moderate-risk investor, you are seeking long-term growth of your wealth, apart from your income. You have a mindset where you are more open to accepting more significant losses in the short-term considering your focus on the long-term returns. Let’s consider a few insights that align with your financial strategy.
An aggressive investor is growth-minded and open to the chance of a higher percentage loss or under-performance in the short run, in exchange for higher returns on investment. If this sounds like you, we have a few insights and resources that will help you make informed financial decisions.
Very Aggressive Investor
A very aggressive investor is someone who seeks to grow their wealth exponentially through investing and is willing to accept big losses along the way, to potentially earn big returns. If this style of investing is something you’re keen on, you may be a very aggressive investor. Keep reading as we have a few insights that will help you along your investment journey.
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