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Figure out your investing risk tolerance

Figure out your risk tolerance profile based on the timing of your plans.

03-04-2019

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Chapter 4: Time Horizons

There are three risk tolerance profiles to know: conservative, moderate, and aggressive. Here are the benefits of each: 

If you need an option that could maintain your money with little growth in the short term, consider a conservative approach. 

If you have time on your side and are willing to try to make money with some degree of risk, go with a moderate or aggressive profile instead of a conservative one. 

The Just the Facts: Investing Worksheet is a great resource to help you identify your risk profile.

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