When it comes to the amount of risk your retirement portfolio is under, less is better. But when you’re continuously sold the idea that risk is necessary to achieve the gains you want what’s a Saver to do? First, you have to know your risk tolerance. (Risk tolerance is the grade of variability in investment returns that an investor is willing to withstand or lose.) Second, your risk capacity needs to be measured. (Risk capacity is an objective measurement of the amount of risk you need to take in order to meet your established financial goals. Risk capacity can also be used to analyse the influence of any risk development on your current portfolio’s ability to meet your future financial obligations.) Only then can you proceed with confidence.
This week on the David Lukas Show, David talks about how asset allocation could be the single most important factor in planning your retirement responsibly. And as in all things in life, there’s a right way and a wrong way to diversify your portfolio. Throughout the hour, David talks about:
- The importance of Tax planning
- Real estate options as investments
- Products that contain LESS risk
- Sequence of return risk
- How to measure your tolerance for risk
- How to measure your risk capacity
To hear all of the excellent information David Lakas of David Lukas Financial has about eliminating your capacity for risk, listen to the entire show today.
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