Rahul JainWhen we start our investment journey, along with the anticipation of returns one of the first things we evaluate is the risk appetite. Risk appetite denotes the magnitude of risk an investor can stomach based on his goals and expected returns. But justifying your risk can often leave you confused.I believe the easiest way to come to a solution is to ask the right. Hence I list down some essential questions answering which will help you analyse this essential investment metric and this article will help you dig deep into them. Let’s get started.Close How vital is your investable surplus?Rahul JainEVP|Edelweiss Wealth Management 4 strategies to sail smooth during market volatilityNifty flirts with 12K: 4 common equity investment mistakes you must avoid’Auto & ancillaries, midcap financial and infrastructure stocks likely to lead next bull run’This is the first question that you need to answer while gauging your risk appetite. The value of money or rather an investable surplus plays a critical role in shaping your risk-taking potential. If you have an investible surplus of say Rs 2 crore, a loss of Rs 1-2 lakh due to vagaries of the market may not affect your financial health and goals much.On… Read full this story
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