Your current financial state
Your current and projected lifestyleOf course, none of the above criteria are static. As the circumstances of one’s life changes, so too will their investment priorities and, by extension, their risk tolerance. For that reason, as well as the need to keep abreast of changing political, market, and other financial conditions, it is essential that every element of the investment plan, and most certainly the investor’s risk tolerance, be re-evaluated on a regular basis. This should preferably be done with the guidance of a trusted professional financial advisor, who is required by law to fully assess his or her client’s attitude toward risk.
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