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Assess Your Risk Tolerance
We will ask you a set of questions to get to know you!
1. What is the first thought to cross your mind, when you invest your money?
I know this is a good decision
This should turn out to be a good investment
This should not turn out to be a bad investment
I should not lose my money
2. Would you prefer to run your own business or be a salaried employee?
Running my own business
Running a partnership business
Being a salaried employee while running a part-time business
Being a salaried employee
3. To what extent would you expose your investments to risk, to earn higher returns?
More than 50%
None at all
4. If you have bought a scrip with a view of long term holding and if the markets fell drastically, what would you do?
5. If your income stops today , for how long will you be able to cope up with your expenses?
Upto 2 Months
2 to 6 Months
6 Months to 1 Year
More than 1 Year
6. You have got an investment offer from a friend who has started a new business which has attractive prospects. Would you invest?
7. In the past, how have you taken most of your investment decisions?
Out of guts
Discussing with broker / Adviser
Undertaking research + discussing with broker / adviser
8. After you have made an investment, your feeling on the decision is:
9. What is your practice on saving money
I don't believe in saving.
I try to save whenever and wherever possible.
I'd like to save, but my expenses and other financial commitments do not permit me to.
I save 15 percent or more of my take-home salary without exception.
10. Which of the following statements would best describe your level of knowledge as an investor
I don't understand investment terminology at all.
I am a proficient investor who's able to explain concepts such as EVA, beta and hedging.
I know how to identify and invest in mutual funds and secondary market debentures.
I am not very familiar with investment options and financial planning.
11. How would you `honestly' describe yourself as a risk-taker?
willing to take evaluated risks.
low risk taking capability.
extremely averse to risk.
12. What is your approach to making a financial decision?
take a random decision.
seek friendly advice.
take an educated guess.
lose sleep over the issue.