Risk Profile Questionnaire November 21, 2018
Progress:
1. What is your approximate net worth (excluding your principal residence)?
a) Under $100K
b) $100K - $300K
c) $300K - $500K
d) $500K - $750K
e) $750K - $1.0M
f) $1.0M - $3.0M
g) Over $3M
2. What is your liquid net worth? (assets that can be readily converted to cash)
a) Under $25K
b) $25K - $50K
c) $50K - $100K
d) $100K - $250K
e) $250K - $500K
f) Over $500K
3. What is your current household income?
a) Under $50K
b) $50K - $100K
c) $100K - $150K
d) $150K - $250K
e) $250K - $500K
f) Over $500K
4. What is your federal income tax bracket?
a) 10%
b) 15%
c) 25%
d) 28%
e) 33%
f) 35%
5. If you needed immediate funds equal to 1/4 the value of your investment accounts, where would you obtain the money?
a) All from this portfolio
b) At least 75% from this portfolio and the remainder from other savings and investments
c) 50% from this portfolio and the remainder from other savings and investments
d) Less than 25% from this portfolio and the remainder from other savings and investments
e) All from other savings and investments
6. What is your investment objective?
a) Preserve Principal
b) Income
c) Income and Growth
d) Growth
e) Aggressive Growth
7. When do you expect to begin withdrawals on a regular basis from your investment accounts?
a) Less than 1 year
b) 1-3 years
c) 4-6 years
d) 7-10 years
e) More than 10 years
8. Today, how much do you rely on income from your investment accounts?
a) Heavily
b) Moderately
c) Slightly
d) Not at all
9. What is your investment experience?
a) None
b) Limited
c) Moderate
d) Extensive
10. Indicate the response that you feel best describes your risk tolerance.
a) Conservative
  • Accepting of lower returns for a higher degree of stability
  • Seeks principal preservation and minimizing risk
b) Moderately Conservative
  • Comfortable accepting a small degree of risk and volatility
  • Accepting of lower returns in exchange for minimal losses
c) Moderate
  • Accepting of modest risks to seek higher long-term returns
  • Accepting of short-term losses of principal in exchange for long-term appreciation
d) Moderately Aggressive
  • Willing to accept significant risk
  • May endure large losses in favor of potentially higher long-term returns
e) Aggressive
  • Willing to accept substantial risk
  • Maximizing long-term returns is more important than protecting principal
11. Which hypothetical portfolio are you most comfortable with, considering the possible range of returns, for $100,000 invested, over a 1-YEAR period?
a) A
b) B
c) C
d) D
e) E
12. Generally, investments with the highest potential for gains carry the greatest risk of loss. Which hypothetical portfolio are you most comfortable with, considering the possible outcomes of $100,000 invested for 5-YEARS:
a) A
b) B
c) C
d) D
e) E
13. Historically, markets have experienced sharp, short-term downturns. If this investment portfolio lost 25% of its value over TWO DAYS, how would you react?
a) I would immediately move all my holdings to cash
b) I would immediately change to strategies that are more conservative
c) I would wait at least 3 months before deciding to make any changes
d) I would immediately change to strategies that are more aggressive
e) I would immediately add to my investment portfolio and buy more equities to take advantage of the lower prices
14. Historically, markets have experienced prolonged periods of declines. If this investment portfolio lost 33% of its value over the last 3 MONTHS, how would you react?
a) I would immediately move all my holdings to cash
b) I would immediately change to strategies that are more conservative
c) I would wait at least 3 months before deciding to make any changes
d) I would immediately change to strategies that are more aggressive
e) I would immediately add to my investment portfolio and buy more equities to take advantage of the lower prices
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