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By making the decision to invest, you're giving your money more chance to grow than if you're just saving it. How much risk you take will affect how your money will grow so it's important to understand how much you're willing and able to take.
All investments come with a level of risk and don't always perform as expected. This is why you need to make sure you're making the choice that's right for you.
It’s also worth thinking about how much money you’d be comfortable losing. This is called your capacity for loss.
The questionnaire below can help you understand how much risk you’re comfortable taking. Investing might not be for you if you aren’t happy to take any investment risk at all.
It’s been developed by Oxford Risk, an independent team of leading psychology academics originating from Oxford University.
This independent questionnaire will provide you with a score that will help you understand your investment risk appetite. It is not suitable for people who are not willing to take any investment risk.
It has been developed by Oxford Risk, an independent team of leading psychology academics originating from Oxford University.
The questionnaire will help you decide your attitude to investment risk. Keep in mind that there are some things to know before you use it:
You can invest using a range of options. Find out more below.