Investing gives you the opportunity to grow your money, however it comes with a certain amount of risk. Successful investing is about finding the right balance between the level of risk you are comfortable with and your expectations of return. So before starting to invest, it is best to be familiar with the different types of risks that may affect your investment. Watch this video to know more about the different types of investment risks. To know more about investing, you may also get in touch with our Investment Counselors through: Telephone Numbers: 816-9095, 975-6446, 211-1404 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.bpiassetmanagement.com
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Namaska Dosto is video me hum janeng ki risk qa ho hai.. Ala Alag types ke common risk ko dekhenge aur unko deail me jananege ki Mutual funds me ya kisi bhi prakar ke Invstment me kon kon se risk hote hai.. Iske sath sath hum inko manage karna bhi batayenge To umeed hai dosto aapko video pasand ayega Mutual fund, Banking aur Finance ke bare me aur jan ne ke lie SUBSCRIBE kijiye. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MARKETMAESTROO Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/marketmaestroo
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The Plain Bagel Episode X In investments, you can't have return without taking on some risk. Today, let's look into better understanding the types of risks we'll face with our holdings, and how we can manage them. Sources: https://www.osc.gov.on.ca/documents/en/Investors/inv_research_20171127_missing-out-report.pdf Intro/Outro Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music Episode Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/
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How to correctly measure investment risk in finance is an important consideration. However, there are many ways to measure risk and most professionals don't make it any easier by using industry jargon. In this video you'll learn how to decipher the various names for risk, what they mean for your portfolio, and several lesser used, but very robust risk measures. We'll cover: Volatility and Standard Deviation Downside Volatility and Modified Standard Deviation Max Drawdown and Max Drawdown Sum The Sharpe Ratio The Sortino Ratio http://RealizeYourRetirement.com
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Investing involves taking risks. But how much risk is healthy? And what are the different types of risks involved with investing? Unlike cash, all investments fall as well as rise in value so you could get back less than you invest. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please check that you are happy with the risks before you choose an investment. This video is not advice, if you are unsure of the suitability of an investment or course of action for your circumstances, please seek advice
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Get to grips with how understanding your attitude to investment risk can help you take control of your investments and your future. Visit our investment pages: http://www.oldmutualwealth.co.uk/investing-with-us/ for more information. Follow us on: Twitter| Facebook | LinkedIn and don't forget to subscribe to our channel.
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Table of Contents: 01:07 - Options for modelling investment growth in voyant - Fixed growth rates vs. asset allocations (market assumptions) 01:20 - Preferences - Where to find default growth rates for investments and savings 01:35 - Preferences - Where to find and possibly change the software's market assumptions, which are used to derive growth based on asset allocations 04:24 - Introducing our clients Edward and Sue Lloyd 06:27 - Scenario - Can we retire early? 09:54 - Simulation - The Performance slider, demonstrate the sensitivity of a plan to future investment returns 11:46 - Simulation - The Historic simulation. Use variable market returns from the past to model future investment returns 13:57 - Simulation - Investment Return Rate Need Analyser. Find the minimum rate of return needed to avoid running out of money 15:22 - Risk profiling - Voyant's integration with FinaMetrica 15:23 - Discussing risk tolerance in the context of risk need 17:13 - Scenario and Simulation - Major Loss (Market Downturn), Loss Capacity. Discuss potential exposure to market downturns and volatility 21:22 - Simulations - Monte Carlo. Test a plan for probability of success 26:05 - Asset Allocations or Fixed Growth Rates - Setting growth assumptions at the account level
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Ways To Reduce Investment Risk- Free Wealth Building + Income eBook https://retirecertain.com/wealth-building-strategies-lp/ Do you worry about losing your money? Here are 8 ways to reduce investment risk so you can sleep better at night while still journeying toward your financial goals. While it may seem like you have to be an advanced investor to lower risk, these practical ways to lower investment risk are simple to understand & do. Increase the Amount You Have in Cash easiest ways to reduce investment risk. almost eliminating the risk divided, such as stocks and bonds. asset allocation Diversifying Investments to Lower Investment Risk ͞DOn't have all your eggs in one basket͟. The most common way to diversify is by investing in stocks, bonds and money markets. A slightly more strategic investor may invest in real estate through REITs or commodities A step further could lead an investor to owning real estate and oil and gas partnerships. investing in your own skills, business, or someone else’s small business. diversified investments + income Buy Cheap Assets. This is one of my favorite ways. Why not seek bargain investments? Stocks and real estate go on clearance 1-3 times every decade Not only does buying bargains reduce risk, it enhances wealth building. Own Investments That Move in Opposite Directions. This is called ͞non-correlated͟ assets in investing lingo. Hedging The most common and simple way to hedge is to add US Treasuries to your stock portfolio. Treasuries don’t move perfectly opposite the US stock market. An Income Hedge is real estate rental investments Learn About Investing . This is one of the best, cheapest and easiest ways to reduce investment risk. It's fulfilling and- feels good to understand something as important as your investments. I often wonder why everyone isn’t as excited to increase their investing education. Investment Risk Vs Reward- Even with all these ways to reduce investment risk, there is a trade off between risk and reward. Do the Bear Market Math Clarify how much of a drop you can tolerate keep peace and happiness. Stock Drop Factor. Sound scary? When we address our fears head on, they have less of a hold on us. If you can’t live with the risk, you can choose to make changes. OR you can choose to be calm in the reality of the next bear market. This approach removes feeling like you’re a victim of the stock market or the economy. Let Reliable Facts Be Your Guide Emotions from childhood or investing mistakes can sabotage sensible investing strategies. knowledge can improve investing results. You can choose to allow facts and historical data to override emotions. Now you have 8 ways to reduce investment risk. Which one makes the most sense to you? Help me Inspire Others to Live Well in Retirement by: 1. Liking This Video 2. Subscribing to my Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcTPE1WHoJfLsv6G2_8H5IQ?sub_confirmation=1 3. Share this video link on your social media channels This is financial education only and is not to be taken as personal financial advice since everyone’s situation is different. Learn personal finance and investing basics so you can embrace and lead your wealth with confidence! Camille Gaines Financial Coach Leave a Comment here and I’ll answer it, or connect with me here, too: http://retirecertain.com/ Here’s More about Me Personally: About: http://retirecertain.com/about More Videos Recommended for you on Ways to Reduce Investment Risk 3 ways to reduce risk in your retirement investment portfolio, by: Jazz Wealth Managers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16DZBSNSLyc&t=2s Why Jack Bogle Doesn't Like ETFs | Forbes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrCo0m5gSfc THE UPCOMING STOCK MARKET CRASH & Subscriber Questions Answered - Dividend Investing Vlog #2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqfX5H5qhqc LOWEST RISK INVESTMENTS! 📈 Top 5 Low Risk Investment Yikes! Watch my Retirement Income from $1,000,000 Investment Account video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAtbGy-0D8I I really appreciate you watching. Thank you:) All the Best, Camille #RetireCertain https://youtu.be/w5y_VOD9zpI
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Are you gambling your money away or are you investing? Do you invest money that you can't afford to lose in a place where the odds are stacked against you, or worse in a place where you have no clue what the outcome is? Smart investors don't invest in anything where they don't have some control over the outcome. Smart investors make sure they understand their investment risks vs the rewards. In many cases income for life streams or cash value life insurance can provide a safer alternative to gambling in the markets or 401ks. Investor or Gambler Hi…this is Dan Thompson One this video we are going to talk about the difference between an investor and a gambler. The term investor has been dramatically changed over the years. Let me see if I can define what an investor should be. 1. The money invested should be RISK CAPTITAL So what does that mean? It means that in the case of loss you should be able to walk away from it financially and emotionally without it negatively affecting your financial situation. Truth is you may be able to walk away financially, but it’s hard to walk away without emotion, we all hate losing money don’t we? How does that definition sit with you? Can you walk away from your investments in the stock market and be financially okay? 2. Next, Investors have a deep understanding and knowledge about the investment. This more then likely eliminates many people from putting their money at risk in investments they don’t understand. 3. Investors have some Influence or control Do you have any influence or control over what happens in your investments? Risk capital is “walk away money” - Money that you don’t need for retirement for instance. For most people I talk to their retirement plan at work is not “walk away” money. In fact under what circumstances would money you need for retirement ever qualify under walk away or risk capital? Never right? I mean we are saving or investing for our future….but at what risk? We saw many people put off their retirement plans after the last stock market crash because their 401k or IRA was their next egg, It was money they needed for retirement and their future income. In the end, it wasn’t risk capital. Understanding your investments is important. Do you know how many times I ask, so tell me about you investment mix? Why do you have your money invested in that fund or that one? More often than not it’s something like, well that’s what the guy told me to do. Or they said this portfolio mix was conservative, or moderate, or aggressive. When I ask how the funds or investments are managed or what they invest in or how they protect you from losses all I hear is crickets and a blank stare. No one knows…do you? Folks, this is your future. If you don’t know how or why your money is invested doesn’t that kind of scare you? Are you willing to risk your future? Lastly, having some kind of control or influence isn’t a bad idea. This is why many decide to own their own businesses. They feel like they have control or influence on the direction of the company. So if you have Risk Capital, a deep Understanding of the investment, and some control or influence, you are most likely an investor. I encourage you to watch Shark Tank. It’s a TV show where billionaires listen to ideas from people looking for money and investors. You’ll be able to tell right away that these “sharks” are investors. They have risk capital, if they don’t understand something they usually walk away, and they want influence on the direction of the company. Real quick, let me say something about the 401k. You know, the 401k wasn’t designed to be an end all to saving or investing. However, the promises and lure of double-digit returns gave people hope that they could save less and have more in the end. ... -------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtQmqZlNUwzPuWmHPI_oSg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit me on the web- http://WiseMoneyTools.com/ Follow me! FB - https://www.facebook.com/wisemoneytools Twitter - https://twitter.com/wisemoneytools Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114367619155241197052 I have been involved in financial planning for over 30 years. I started out as a high volume stock broker. After working with millions of dollars I decided there had to be another way for people to earn money in the market without all the risky ups and downs that leave you where you started, or worse. After reading a ton of books I came across a book on the Infinite Banking Concept and it completely changed my life and the way I view investments. Now I focus on building wealth in safe and predictable ways, like Infinite Banking, Cash Value Life Insurance, and Indexed Annuities to name a few. I post videos regularly so if you have any questions of comments feel free to email them to... dan at wisemoneytools dot com
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How can you cut your investment risk without hurting your reward? Host, Ron DeLegge visits the local skate park to get some opinions on how to define risk. Ron also explains four rules for controlling risk to help you increase your odds of investment success. Subscribe to the ETF Profit Strategy Newsletter @ http://www.etfguide.com/newsletter 70% of our Weekly Picks were winners. What's in your wallet?
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The definition, visualization and demonstration of the risk-free asset, or risk free investment, or risk-free rate in Excel. We discuss this in the context of portfolio theory, from Harry Markowitz, including the opportunity set, indifference curve and the efficient frontier. https://factorpad.com/fin/glossary/risk-free-asset.html Topics covered in our investment glossary: Excel tutorial, Python examples, portfolio theory, portfolio return, portfolio risk, correlation, regression, linear algebra, alpha signal, risk models, performance attribution. Glossary: https://factorpad.com/fin/glossary/index.html Innovators: https://factorpad.com/fin/innovators/index.html https://factorpad.com
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AES International - Making the world healthy, wealthy and wise. www.aesinternational.com -- Connect with us -- LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/aes-international Twitter: www.twitter.com/aesint Facebook: www.facebook.com/AESinternational Google+: https://goo.gl/kHiAV6 This video is intended to provide general information only, and it should not be construed as an offer of specifically tailored individualised advice. -- Transcript -- The Basics of Investing: What are the different types of risk? You can’t get away from the fact that all investing involves a degree of risk. The value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may get less back than you invested. In some cases, you could even lose your entire stake. Risk is often confused with volatility, but they are in fact two different things. Equities in particular are subject to periods of volatility which can be very extreme. High volatility might keep you awake at night but it shouldn’t be mistaken for risk. An example of a major risk is not having enough money to last your lifespan, or to fund a specific goal. A common type of investment risk is concentration risk — the risk, if you like, that you have too many eggs in the same basket. There’s also credit risk — the danger that a corporation, or even a government, will default on a bond. Then there’s liquidity risk — the possibility that you aren’t able to realise cash from your investment when you need to. This can be a real concern for those who invest directly in property. Some risks are more avoidable than others. For example, you can avoid concentration risk by having a diversified portfolio. But one type of risk that you can’t diversify away is market risk, also called “systematic risk”. Market risk is the possibility that you’ll experience losses as a result of factors that affect the overall performance of the financial markets. Examples would be a major natural disaster, a terrorist attack or an unexpected rise in interest rates. Economic recessions can have a very detrimental effect on share prices. In general, markets reward investors for market risk. The more risk you take, the greater the potential reward you can expect in the long term. In practice, though, accepting market risk is far harder than it sounds. Although they can expect to be compensated with high returns in the long term, those who stay invested when market risks are on the rise will have to endure market fluctuations that can test the resolve of even the calmest investor. That’s why investors have to think very carefully about their need, their willingness and their ability to take risk. In many cases they will need to compromise. Finally, you should always bear in mind inflation risk. This is the extent to which inflation will erode the real value of your investments and, hence, your future spending power. So, for instance, not investing enough is a risk — and so is having an investment strategy that is too cautious. Yes, that’s right, not taking enough risk is itself a risk.
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LEARN MORE CLICK HERE - https://nextgenflx.com/rc8g Investment risk simply means your chances of LOSING money! 1. LOW RISK If you are risk averse or want to preserve your capital, then you are low risk. Best to only invest in the Fixed Income Market. 2. MEDIUM RISK If you have some risk appetite and do not mind losing some money if that were to happen, then you can take medium risk. The best option will be long-term investment in the stock market. 3. HIGH RISK If you have a high risk appetite with the knowledge that you could potentially lose all your money, then you fall into the high risk category. The best market for this is Trading the forex or commodities market. Learn More At NextGenFLX.com This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/260307 Keyword Related To This: Stock Exchange Stock Exchange Lagos Trading Savings Lagos Financial Planning Lagos Financial Markets Financial Literacy Abuja Forex Trading Abuja Investing Lagos Investing Abuja Invest Abuja Financial Goals Lagos Invest Investment Savings Stock Market Trading Lagos Financial Planning Budgeting Abuja Financial Literacy Lagos Financial Goals Trading Abuja Stock Market Abuja Stock Exchange Abuja Financial Planning Abuja Invest Lagos Financial Literacy Budgeting Lagos Forex Trading Lagos Forex Trading Investing Stocks & Shares Abuja Investment Lagos Stocks & Shares Stock Market Lagos Financial Goals Abuja Savings Abuja Budgeting Investment Abuja Financial Markets Abuja Financial Markets Lagos Stocks & Shares Lagos
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Alpha and beta are both risk ratios that investors use as a tool to calculate, compare and predict returns. You are most likely to see alpha and beta referenced with mutual funds. Both measurements utilize benchmark indexes, such as the BSE Sensex, and compare them against the individual security to highlight a particular performance tendency. Alpha is a measure of an fund's performance compared to a benchmark. It's a mathematical estimate of the return, based usually on the growth of earnings per share. Beta, on the other hand, is based on the volatility—extreme ups and downs in prices or trading—of the stock or fund, something not measured by alpha. But beta, too, is compared to a benchmark. To understand in detail, please watch the video Find us on Social Media and stay connected: Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/InvestYadnya Facebook Group - https://goo.gl/y57Qcr Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/InvestYadnya
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What your Risk Tolerance or Risk Profile signifies and why it is important for smart investors. For more helpful tips, download the 8 Steps to Organize & Optimize Your Financial Life: http://bit.ly/OrganizeAndOptimize. In this video you will Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/scottweisscfp ******************************************** Learn more about working with Scott at Weiss Financial Group Here: http://www.weiss-financial.com ******************************************** Subscribe to my blog: http://www.mahopacmoney.com ******************************************** Get Social -------------------------------- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottgweiss Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeissFinancialGroup Twitter: https://twitter.com/_scottgweiss ******************************************** Video Notes: ---------------------- Knowing your Risk Tolerance or Risk Profile is important for smart investors. Below you’ll learn what it signifies AND why you need to know it. Which Model Portfolio is Right For You? If you work with an advisor they often use a few model portfolios which they’ll adapt for the unique needs of each client. Your risk profile indicates which of these model portfolios might become a good basis for your own, custom portfolio. TYPES OF INVESTORS Conservative Moderate Aggressive Investors are usually categorized as “conservative”, “moderate” or “aggressive”, with in-between categories of “moderately aggressive” and “moderately conservative” which are based on your questionnaire responses. The Conservative Investor If you absolutely do not want to risk losing money, or if your first priority is consistent income to live on, you are a conservative investor. If these are your concerns and you are retired or about to retire, you should probably avoid high-risk investments. If you retire with an aggressive portfolio and your investments tank, it could take (many) years to rebuild your savings, years you might not have. The Moderately Conservative Investor However, many pre-retirees and new retirees are moderately conservative: they are cautious with money in their lives and don’t want to take on a risky portfolio, but they still have a need to accumulate assets because they have either started saving for the future too late or lost assets as a result of market downturns or poor or unfortunate financial decisions. The Aggressive Investor & Moderately Aggressive Investor Aggressive and moderately aggressive investors commonly want to match or beat the markets. Or, they are looking to save for retirement at a highly accelerated rate. Some are “market junkies” who watch Wall Street on a daily basis. Most of them are expecting to build substantial wealth someday. They tend to be young investors or in the middle stage of life. Most of have NOT been hit hard financially as a result of investing, and many of them have substantial income or savings. The moderately aggressive investor is willing to wait a bit longer to reach his or her goals, while the aggressive investor tends to be in a hurry by comparison. The Moderate Investor Typically, the moderate investor starts investing roughly about the time of major life events – that first stable job with a corresponding 401(k), a marriage, the start of a family. Sources: --------------- This material was prepared, in part, by MarketingPro, Inc. Disclosure: ------------------- Weiss Financial Group is a registered investment advisor. Information presented is for educational purposes only and does not intend to make an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of any specific securities product, service, or investment strategy. Investments involve risk and unless otherwise stated, are not guaranteed. Be sure to first consult with a qualified financial adviser, tax professional, or attorney before implementing any strategy or recommendation discussed herein. Insurance products and services are offered through individually licensed and appointed agents in all applicable jurisdictions. The advisers at Weiss Financial Group are not attorneys of a law firm but can provide guidance to the client’s other professionals. Leave me a comment to ask any question or contact me through my website if you'd like to see if I can help you.
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Financial coach and personal finance author Camille Gaines explains how to lower investment risk. By diversifying into non correlated assets, such as stocks and bonds, you can lower your investment risk. This videos shows how 10 Year Treasury bonds and the stock market compared during the bear market in 2008. For those wondering how to lower investment, she explains the pluses and minuses of bonds investing. Help me Inspire Others to Live Rich in Retirement by: 1. Liking This Video 2. Subscribing to my Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcTPE1WHoJfLsv6G2_8H5IQ?sub_confirmation=1 3. Share this video link on your social media channels This is financial education only and is not to be taken as personal financial advice since everyone’s situation is different. Learn personal finance and investing basics so you can embrace and lead your wealth with confidence! Camille Gaines Financial Coach Leave a Comment here and I’ll answer it, or connect with me here, too: http://financialwoman.com/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/FinancialWoman Instagram: https://instagram.com/financial_woman/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/camillegaines/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Financial_Woman Here’s More about Me Personally: About: http://financialwoman.com/financial-woman-about Financial Coaching: http://financialwoman.com/financial-coaching-programs-4 Free Financial Coaching Tools: http://financialwoman.com/financial-coaching-tools =========================================== More Videos Recommended for you how to lower investment risk 3 ways to reduce risk in your retirement investment portfoliok by: Jazz Wealth Management https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16DZBSNSLyc LOWEST RISK INVESTMENTS! 📈 Top 5 Low Risk Investment Strategies By: Ryan Schibner https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8S81x_INqs Avoiding the Nightmare of Running Out of Money in Retirement With Top Wealth Advisor, Mark Cortazzo by WealthTrack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6jwFTqrwPY I really appreciate you watching. Thank you:) All the Best, Camille #FinancialWoman https://youtu.be/-jwDhforQbs
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MIT 18.S096 Topics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance, Fall 2013 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/18-S096F13 Instructor: Jake Xia This lecture focuses on portfolio management, including portfolio construction, portfolio theory, risk parity portfolios, and their limitations. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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Women have different financial strategies and insight than men, argues Sallie Krawcheck, the co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women. Female investors have a different sense of why they want to make money, pursue specific goals more readily, and show a unique sense of risk awareness. Krawcheck says it's important for women to play the market and plan financially because there is a real retirement savings crisis in this country which disproportionately affects them. Read more at BigThink.com: https://bigthink.com/videos/sallie-krawcheck-how-women-and-men-approach-money-differently-risk-investment-and-return Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink So if you think about investing today it tends to be all about outperforming the market. It tends to be about making more money and it tends to be about picking and choosing the right stock, the right mutual fund. Mutual fund versus an ETF. The right money manager. And that has worked eh, I was going to say well for the population, but frankly it has worked okay for the population. Why? Because the goal that the industry set itself a long time ago of active management and outperforming the market…well less than one percent, well less than half a percent of money managers outperform the market consistently over any five year period. Okay, so back up. When we did our research with women the concept of “beating the market” fell completely flat. The concept of “winning” fell flat. In fact, even the concept of “making more money” fell pretty flat—sort of surprising to me, it seemed like a pretty good goal. What worked for women were actual goals. So okay, if I’m going to put my money aside and invest my money, I want to be able to in X number of years buy my dream home, have a child, start a business, retire well, take that trip around the world that I wanted to. And so we found that women tend to be more goals-oriented and focused than men. Another finding for us: Men tend to, if you ask them the question about their risk tolerance—which, by the way, the whole industry does—men will answer. By the way, they don’t know what it is. We only ever learn what our risk tolerance is really when we go through downturns. But women we found were, “Oh, oh my gosh. You know what, I’m going to think about that. Let me think about that and I’ll get back to you.” And they never do. It really shuts down the conversation. And so we instead of asking a question we know people don’t have the wherewithal to answer, instead we say “Okay, let us learn about you through taking you through the product and the capability. Tell us what your goals are and then we’ll tell you essentially how much risk you can afford.” So for an example you and I are the same person. We make the same salary. We have the same level of education. We’re the same age. And you don’t have an emergency fund so you don’t have cash set aside for a rainy, rainy day and you want to have a baby in four years. I just need to retire, right. It doesn’t really matter what I think my risk tolerance is. You don’t get a lot of risk. I get plenty of risk. And so we tweaked things like that as well as really – so making it goals based, approaching risk differently, taking into account again that women live longer and salaries peak sooner, forecasting out their life curves. And then the most important change we found is that most people think of and describe women as risk-averse investors. What we found, maybe a subtle point, is women are risk-aware investors. And what they wanted was not hey, explain risk to be in standard deviation and “Let’s really go through that statistical analysis,” but more, “Hold on, how bad can it get?” And so what we would do is we track you, track women to their goal and say in X percent of markets it could be this bad and in Y percent that bad. And if you fall off track, if you fall off track to reach your goal we’ll reach out to you, tell you you’re off track and tell you what you have to do to get back on. Deposit another thousand dollars, retire six months later. So those are a few of the differences, some of which are straightforward (and others of which are more subtle) that we found were barriers to keeping women from investing.
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Personal Investment Management Expert Ulli Niemann shows a quick and easy way to assess your investment risk tolerance with three easy-to-follow scenarios. For additional reader-friendly information on Ulli's unique approach to investing that is designed to lock in gains and avoid catastrophic loss (a feature Ulli's clients greatly appreciated as they dodged the 2000 and 2008 bear markets) subscribe to his FREE Newsletter at: http://www.theetfbully.com/free-etf-newsletter/ or visit http://www.theetfbully.com
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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report , from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Today, retirement can mean different things. For many Americans, it means the end of the money-earning part of their life and the beginning of a period of enjoyment. But retirement calls for planning and savings.In many countries, employers may offer some kind of retirement savings plan. The plan could be linked to the company's stock or to a managed investment service. Almost any financial planner will say workers should use these plans to save money easily: often directly from their wages. But an employer plan should not be your only way to save for retirement.Pete D'Arruda heads his own financial planning company and gives retirement advice on radio shows and television. He tells people to save whenever possible. But he says as retirement nears, you must take fewer financial risks. "There's three stages of life there when we look at it. There's the part where you're earning money. And when you're earning money, if you have a salary, it makes it easier to take risk because you know that if you lose the money you can go back and earn some more." By risks, Pete D'Arruda means investing in stocks and other financial instruments that can lose value quickly. He says people should move money away from riskier investments as they age even if there is a possibility of a higher rate of return. Instead, investors nearing retirement should seek more secure investments for their savings. "But then we get to the transition phase when we're within five years or so of retirement. I call it the financial red zone because now is the time when you need to protect what you have, you need to start transitioning away from the risk of Wall Street and into safe places that guarantee lifetime income." Pete D'Arruda has a simple way of deciding how much of your retirement savings should be at risk. He says take your age and put a percentage after it. That is the percentage of your retirement savings that should be fully protected from losing value. So, for a sixty-five-year-old, "sixty-five percent of the money must be in a place that can't lose it. The reason why is when you're in retirement it's impossible to get the money back that you lost because you don't have a salary coming in."One recent survey by the Charles Schwab company found that forty-four percent of baby boomers feel secure in their readiness for retirement. Baby boomers are the generation of Americans born after World War Two. For VOA Special English, I'm Alex Villarreal.(Adapted from a radio program broadcast 28Oct2011)
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Investor behavior and the psychology behind it is quite interesting. Dalbar has done studies on these types of behaviors and found that investors do not actually achieve, or even get close to, the average returns of the stock market index, the S&P 500. Because of the way we invest, constantly buying and selling stocks based on our supposed logic and emotion, many investors fall short of any real market gains. This means that market investing and the numbers Wall Street uses to lure us in are almost all completely false. Investors do not get the returns of the market. By using safe money investments such as high cash value life insurance we can get out of the markets and find safe ways to grow our retirement income without risk. In fact, in most cases these investments will beat what the average investor will achieve in the markets, especially after taxes and fees. Adding this to the many benefits that life insurance, structured properly, offer us, we find a much more secure and stable way to grow our money. Whether you call it Infinite Banking, Becoming your Own Banker, or some other name, the principles are the same, as long as it is found within a whole life insurance policy. "Investor Behavior We all read the news and hear about these lofty returns in the market. Like, the S&P over the last 10 years has average X and over the past 5 years it’s been this. What’s interesting is when the ordinary investors hear these returns, what goes through their head? I describe ordinary or the average investor as those who put money into their 401k each year or into other investments such as mutual funds They take advice from brokers who have them “dollar cost average” or buy and hold for the long haul. Words like asset allocation and diversification are used to make the investor feel all warm and fuzzy. Many of these average investors think they are beating the market or at least getting returns similar to the market. This is coupled by the fact that radio talk show hosts contently tell you that you will get double digit returns in mutual funds. The “market” as I define it, is the S&P 500 index. It’s a broad range index comprising of 500 of the largest stock companies. Most equity mutual funds are compared to the benchmark of the S&P 500 index to compare how they are doing in the market. Well the results are in for 2015. Dalbar is an analytical analysis company that tracks and monitors investor behavior. In the end here is what they have to say about the ordinary investor. Over the past 20 years if you could get the S&P 500 without any fees, it has averaged about 9.85%. But here is the fallacy, most advisors, mutual fund mangers, and hedge funds do not beat the S&P 500. So the chances that you’ll find a broker or money manager who beats the index after fees is difficult at best. Certainly for the long haul anyway. So how did investor behavior fare over the last 20 years? The investor who used allocation funds did 2.47% over the last 20 years. 1.76% over the last 30 years. Keep in mind this is before fees and taxes….brutal isn’t it? Makes you wonder why you take the risk at all. This seems to be consistent with many ordinary investors that I talk with across the country I recently talked with a guy who has had his 401k for 20 years. After he crunched the numbers he came up with just over 2% return. Boy was he discouraged. So the moral of the story? You can’t listen to what Wall Street reports Or what you hear on the news. Investor Behavior is hard to overcome. Fear of losses and reaching for gains keep investors guessing – and more often than not – on the wrong side of market movements. If you see that the market is up X%, that doesn't mean you are just because you have your money invested in the market." -------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtQmqZlNUwzPuWmHPI_oSg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit me on the web- http://WiseMoneyTools.com/ Follow me! FB - https://www.facebook.com/wisemoneytools Twitter - https://twitter.com/wisemoneytools Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114367619155241197052 I have been involved in financial planning for over 30 years. I started out as a high volume stock broker. After working with millions of dollars I decided there had to be another way for people to earn money in the market without all the risky ups and downs that leave you where you started, or worse. After reading a ton of books I came across a book on the Infinite Banking Concept and it completely changed my life and the way I view investments. Now I focus on building wealth in safe and predictable ways, like Infinite Banking, Cash Value Life Insurance, and Indexed Annuities to name a few. I post videos regularly so if you have any questions of comments feel free to email them to... dan at wisemoneytools dot com
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A couple of you have asked us about what risk means when we're talking about investments. It's a great question! and we've asked Karl, one of our Westpac Financial Advisers to help with the answer. If you're keen to talk to someone about your investment opportunities, contact one of our Authorised Financial Advisers. You'll find them on our website or you can call us on 0800 738 641.
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Subscribe For More Awesome Vids -- http://bit.ly/2BKP2u4 Do you consider yourself a risk taker? How old are you? Do you have any children? What are you saving for? How much money do you have? These are just a few of the many questions that go into determining your investment risk tolerance. I know I’ve mentioned risk tolerance a few times, so what does it actually mean? Your risk tolerance is in essence, how volatile of an investment portfolio you’re comfortable holding. For example, if you have a high-risk tolerance, chances are you can afford to hold a larger percentage of riskier investments such as growth stocks. A higher risk tolerance means you won’t be negatively impacted as much by a sudden drop in your portfolio. On the other hand, someone who has a low-risk tolerance usually can’t afford to hold riskier investments. Instead, individuals with a low-risk tolerance hold a larger percentage of safer investments such as bonds. Higher risk portfolios typically have higher returns but are more volatile while lower risk portfolios are less volatile but have lower returns. When you hire a financial planner or broker to invest for you, they typically have you complete a questionnaire that helps give them a better sense of your risk tolerance. If you’re looking to save on the fees and invest yourself, here are some questions to help you get a better sense of your own risk tolerance. How old are you? 1. Under age 30 2. Between 31 and 45 years old 3. Over 46 years old How much money do you have? 1. More than I need 2. The perfect amount 3. Just enough to afford ends meet How much money can you afford to lose? 1. Quite a bit 2. Some but not a lot 3. None at all What kind of returns would you like to achieve? 1. Better than the market 2. Doesn’t matter 3. Same as the market Do you consider yourself a risk taker? 1. Yes 2. Not sure 3. No When the market crashes and you lose a large percentage of your stock portfolio, what if your reaction? 1. Buy more stock 2. Keep all stock 3. Sell all stock How involved do you want to be with your investment? 1. Very involved 2. Moderately involved 3. Not very involved Take a minute to pause the video and write down the number that correlates with your number. Before I discuss the results, please keep in mind that what I’m about to say is all subjective. The purpose of this brief quiz is to give new independent investors a sense of how risky their investments should be. That said, the way you invest and the risks you take are completely up to you. Okay, so let’s go over the results. Go ahead and total up your numbers. If you scored a 9 or lower, you have a high-risk tolerance. Chances are you’re younger and can afford to take a greater loss than someone with a lower risk tolerance. If you scored a 10 to 16, you’re of a moderate risk tolerance. This means that you can afford to take some risks, but not too many. If you scored a 17 or higher, you have a low-risk tolerance. This means that you are likely older and reaching retirement, if not retired already. You have a low-risk tolerance because you aren’t working anymore and you can’t afford to lose what you have. You may also have a low-risk tolerance if you have enough excess income to invest. So what was the point of this quiz? Well as a new investor, it’s important to know what you should and shouldn’t be investing in. Later in this series, I’m going to discuss the 8 common investments mentioned the last video in greater detail, along with their associated risk. I’ll see ya there! Social Links: Website: www.wharmstrong.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/wharmstrong1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wharmstrong1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wharmstrong1/
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It's impossible to completely avoid risk in an investment. In this video Vijayananda Prabhu discusses on how to reduce risk in your investment portfolio.
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Strategic Financial Management : Chartered Accountancy; Mutual Fund | Indicator's Of Investment Risk | Investment Parameters For Mutual Fund Co. | Part 4; Briefing : 00:00:07 - 00:00:57 Topic Covered : 1. Sharpe Ratio : 00:00:58 - 00:03:30 - Meaning - Formula 2. Treynor Ratio : 00:03:30 - 00:08:48 - Meaning - Formula 3. Jensen's Alpha : 00:08:49 - 00:13:47 - Meaning - Formula 4. Comparing Sharpe & Treynor Ration : 00:13:48 - 00:15:33 5. Investment Parameters for Mutual Fund Companies under the SEBI regulations : 00:15:34 - 00:20:24 6. Systematic Withdrawal Plan : 00:20:24 - 00:22:37 7. Systematic Investment Plan : 00:22:37 : 00:24:28 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPGZ7QPDmzNYr-fJDi5BjW6x for more videos on Strategic Financial Management; All Rights Reserved.
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IStart-UP Business: INVESTMENT RISK Investment risk is defined as the probability or likelihood of occurrence of losses relative to the expected return on any particular investment. By Start-UP Business Subscribe Like us on Facebook: Start-UP Business #howtomakemoney #money #makingmoney #investment # philippines #trending #cash #fastcash #quickloans #business #finance #startupbusiness #startups #entreprenuer #makemillions
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All investments come with some risk – but the level of risk associated with your KiwiSaver account all depends on which investment fund you choose. So how does it work? What exactly is investment risk and what does it mean for your KiwiSaver investment? This is intended as general information only. It does not take into account your financial situation and goals and is not personalised advice. For advice about your particular circumstances please see your financial adviser.
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Subscribe to Michael Yardney Podcast whether you're on the Apple or Android device. https://propertyupdate.com.au/category/michael-yardney-property-investment-expert/michael-yardney-podcast/ All investing is associated with some level of risk. But if you’re taking on too much risk, you may be speculating, when you think you’re investing. In today’s episode, I’m going to talk about the difference between investing and speculating as well as a number of myths about risk that most investors don’t understand. Then I'll have a chat with Bessie Hassan, of Finder.com.au about the risk of getting scammed. You may be surprised to learn that Australians lose more than a million dollars a week in scams. We’ll talk about who gets scammed, what to watch out for, and how to protect yourself. What most investors don’t understand about risk What’s the difference between investing and speculating? Investing is purchasing an asset to earn a return. You make the decision based on evidence, based on fundamentals, based on long-term horizons so that timing isn’t an important part of it, and you aim to profit from it. Speculation is riskier. It’s based on the hope of a profit. It’s based on hearsay or the next hotspot or chasing the next big thing. It’s usually based on short-term time frames, so timing the market is important. And you’re hoping to make money out of a rising market, and therefore it’s less reliable than investing. So why do some investors think they’re investing when they’re really speculating? They’re looking for the next growth area or the next hotspot. They’re looking for something that will work now. On the other hand, strategic investors don’t look for investments that will work “now”, they look for investments or locations that have always worked - they invest in properties and locations that have worked in the long term. That’s the big difference between investing and speculating. The myth of risk What most of us have been taught about risk is wrong, and it’s probably holding you back from achieving real wealth. If you are like most investors somewhere along the line you’ve probably heard that there is associated with different investment vehicles, Most believe that any investment can be placed somewhere along a continuum of risk with low risk investments at one end and highly speculative ventures at the other. They believe that generally, the higher the risk the greater the reward. However, this theory misses an important component that helps determine whether or not a specific investment is risky. That component is you. The investor. Each investor has their own personal risk spectrum. How can you tell if an investment is risky? This question can’t be answered without knowing more about you. Have you ever invested in property? Have you completed a development? If you have zero knowledge about residential developments, or you’ve never owned an investment property, no matter how good the deal seems a development is a risky proposition. Some ways to determine risk: Know your area of expertise -- If you’re investing in something that’s your specialty, you start with a built-in advantage. Control – the more control you have, the lower your risk Transparency – the more you know, the lower the risk Liquidity -- Liquidity means the ease with which you can recover your money by selling the investment and converting it (or part of it) to cash. The greater the degree of liquidity, the lower your risk. Returns -- Investors gain returns from their investment property via cash flow, capital growth, forced appreciation and tax benefits. The more secure the returns, the less risky the investment will be Is your equity safe? -- Is your financial outlay secure if the investment fails? Are you personally liable? -- When you make an investment, do you have to provide a personal guarantee? This gives others (usually the banks) the right to pursue you if things go wrong. If your liability extends beyond the asset itself, your personal assets could be at risk. Market risk -- Some risks are inherent to certain markets. Consider what impact general economic changes to that marketplace could have on your investment. Risk spectrum -- This is the risk specific to the particular investment. Is it the right property, in the right suburb, at the right price and at the right time in the cycle? When considering an investment, don’t look at the investment alone – look at your own risk spectrum too. You can change your risk spectrum by developing expertise. Australians are losing about $1 million a week to investment scams • According to Scamwatch by the ACCC men (63.5% of scam reports) are twice as likely as women (33.8% of scam reports) to be targeted by investment scams. If the current trend continues, combined losses reported to Scamwatch and ACORN in 2018 could be in excess of $100 million.” The vast majority of investment scams a
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HELLO FRIENDS IN THIS VIDEO I AM TRYING TO GIVE INFORMATION REGARDING THE FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT WHERE WE DO INVEST AND GET SOME GOOD RETURNS, LIKE BONDS FIXED DEPOSIT PROPERTIES MUTUAL FUNDS STOCK MARKET. AND I AM ALSO TRYING ABOUT THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR OF INVESTING 1. INVESTMENT -: HOW MUCH INVESTMENT WE ARE GOING TO INVEST. 2. RISK -: HOW MUCH RISK WE TAKING ON OUR CAPITAL 3. DURATION -: FOR HOW MUCH TIME WE ARE GOING TO INVEST 4. RETURN -: HOW MUCH RETURN WE ARE GOING TO GET FROM OUR INVESTMENT. PLEASE STAY CONNECTED WITH INVESTOR GURUKUL I AM GOING TO MAKE SINGLE SINGLE VIDEO ON EACH FINANCIAL INSTRUMNET please like this video share it comment on it and subscribe my channel. FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK & TWITER :- https://www.facebook.com/INVESTORGURUKUL/ https://twitter.com/Rajatmourya82 THIS THE LINK OF INPORTANT VEDIOS WHY WE SHOULD INVEST ? IN HINDI | ( 4 MOST IMPORTANT PEOPEL IN YHE WORLD ) IN HIND https://youtu.be/cw7rq6BCarA पैसे कैसे बचाये I How can we save money and grow money ? IN HINDI HOW TO SAVE MONEY https://youtu.be/N3-9nyG5ZvY PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEOS
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