- Fund Your Retirement Plans First
- Liquidity Needs
- Deposit Insurance
- Money Market Funds*
- Savings Bonds
- Emergency Funds
- Goals and Time Horizon
- Defining Risk
- What's Your Risk Profile?
- Why Take Any Risk?
- Asset Allocation
- Dollar-Cost Averaging
- Portfolio Management
- Buying Investments
- Putting It All Together
Taking the measure of your risk profile is generally designed to show you how heavily you should be invested in the stock market. It is an indicator of your ability to accept a higher rate of return in exchange for risking principal.
Find your risk tolerance by choosing the statement that best fits your attitude.
Safety of principal and minimizing risk are your most important concerns.
Conservative to Moderate
Safety of principal is a major concern. Some risks can be tolerated to boost returns and keep pace with inflation.
Capital appreciation and safety of principal are equally important. Moderate risk can be tolerated to boost returns.
Moderate to Aggressive
Capital appreciation is your main concern. Moderating risk remains as a secondary goal.
Capital appreciation is your most important concern. A high level of risk can be tolerated to obtain an exceptional return.
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|May Lose Value
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Meeting with NHTrust team is without obligation or cost.NHTrust is a trade name of New Hampshire Trust Company. Brokerage services are offered through Osaic Institutions, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. Investment and insurance products are subject to investment risk, including the possible loss of value. Products and services made available through Osaic Institutions are not insured by the FDIC or any other agency of the United States and are not deposits or obligations of nor guaranteed or insured by any bank or bank affiliate. Osaic Institutions and NHTrust not affiliated.