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What kind of investor are you?

Deciding how to make your money work for you is not always easy. While we are all familiar with traditional low-risk savings accounts, they deliver very limited returns and do not always protect against inflation. It is easy to get overwhelmed by the myriad investment opportunities available. Here we examine the important questions and issues that should be addressed when making your investment choices, whether by yourself or together with your investment advisor.

 

Getting started

  • Saving vs. investing

  • Collective investment vs. direct investment

  • Underlying assets

What kind of investor are you?

  • Your investment profile
  • Risk
  • Risk and volatility
  • Growth and return
  • Risk and return
  • Investment life cycle
  • Retirement planning

What is a financial advisor?

  • Do I need a financial advisor?

Updated on 05/08/14  
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