The amount of risk an investor is willing to accept is known as their 'risk profile'.
Assessing a person's tolerance to investment risk is a key aspect of portfolio construction
and is critical to determining appropriate asset allocation, the recommended investments and expected returns.
A person's individual risk profile often changes over time for various reasons. Additionally,
it is normal to have different risk profiles for your investment horizons. For example,
a person may accept higher risk/retuns for their super whilst accepting no risk for their day to day savings.
The following questions are designed to help determine your risk profile. Investigating your financial needs,
circumstances and objectives will in developing an investment strategy and recommendations to suit your specific requirements.