Understanding your attitude to risk

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I don't want to take any risk with my money, even if there's a chance of getting higher returns than cash

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I don't want to take any risk with my money, even if there's a chance of getting higher returns than cash

Yes

Please select an answer and click Next to continue.

Your suggested risk level is:

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Cash

I'm looking for safety first

If you don't want to take any risk with your money, you should probably look to put your money in cash, however, you need to be aware that there is limited chance of growth and with inflation there is still the possibility your investments will be worth less than you originally hoped for.

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Avoiding loss is my priority

Focused on capital preservation, while still aiming to generate modest investment returns over the long term by taking a smaller amount of risk.

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I prefer slow and steady

Aims for steady returns over the years and will hold an even split of higher-risk and lower-risk investments.

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I'm willing to lose some to make some

More balanced, by placing emphasis on long term capital growth but also holding some more defensive assets.

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Focus on Growth with potential for large losses

Focused on higher long term returns. Although well diversified, holds higher risk assets such as equities, commodities and property.

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Potential larger losses for higher potential returns

All out for growth by investing in equities around the world. We believe there is great potential for long term growth, but you must understand you are taking on a high level of risk.