Risk Meter Calculator
By a combination of factors an individual risk profile can be determined. As an
individual is not aware of the risk tolerance they always end up with wrong investment
choices. The Risk Meter Calculator tells you whether you are in the risk-taking
capacity or not and helps you in the investment decisions. The risk meter calculator
is based on a questionnaire that will assist you in finding out what type of investor
you are. Just select the answer that you feel is right. The calculator tool will
suggest a suitable asset location based on your risk profile. This calculator will
also help you in narrowing down on your investment decisions. This Risk Meter Calculator
will also help you know which asset allocation best suits your profile.
The Risk Meter Calculator is particularly used for guidance purposes only and to
help you assist in calculating the appropriate amount for their prospective investments.
To plan an investment strategy for development or implementation this calculator
alone is not sufficient. The calculator does not give you a complete accuracy of
the figures calculated. For any financial consequences, we advise the investors
to consult their professional tax advisor before making any investment decisions.
Analyze your investment behavior and identify the type of investor you are
Please be aware that this is only a general guide to help you get an idea of the
amount you need to invest and it is not actual advice. You should consult a financial
advisor to help you figure out the amount you need. Our Ajmera x-change certified
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