If you're about to start investing, the most important thing to consider is your attitude to risk. How much money are you willing to risk for a potential reward?
Among investment products, typically:
Your attitude to risk
Keeping your goals in mind, have you asked yourself the questions below:
High risk vs low risk
Everyone has different reasons for saving and often your wealth management goals can be a deciding element in how much risk you're prepared to take with your money.
If you're making a wealth management plan for your children's education, then you might be investing over a long period of time and looking for a high return. As a result, you might prefer a comparatively high-risk investment option.
Should your goal be to purchase a new car, go on holiday or decorate a house, you will be investing for the short term and expecting a guarantee of your investment. Accordingly, you may prefer a low-risk investment option.
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