Risk Tolerance

Measuring and determining your risk tolerance, usually through a risk profile questionnaire, is the first step to take before choosing the best investments to achieve your financial goals. Risk tolerance refers to the amount of volatility, or market ups and downs, an investor can tolerate. Financial planners often use risk tolerance to categorize investors as aggressive, moderate or conservative investors.



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