MAKE SURE YOU'RE IN THE RIGHT TYPE OF INVESMENT FOR YOU
Everyone has a different view on how much risk they are willing to take with their money. To find out type of what type of investor you are, complete our risk profile questionnaire. This will tell your appetite for risk and if you’re a conservative, balance or growth investor.
Not so keen on fluctuations?
A conservative investor – suits someone who is not so keen on seeing their investment move up and down. They may rely on a regular income from their investment and are prepared to accept lower returns. Investments will be mainly be fixed interest bonds, with a limited exposure to property and shares.
Middle of the road?
A balanced investor – people in this category can tolerate more moderate fluctuations. Over a longer term, they can achieve some good returns. They are ok with more risk and their portfolio will have a range of property and shares with less volatile fixed interest bonds.
Sky is the limit?
A growth investor – these investors are willing to adopt a significantly higher level of risk. They are generally in search of potentially higher returns over the long term. Their investments will mostly be in property and shares, with an small exposure to fixed interest bonds.