- Learn how to sensibly and strategically align your portfolio
- Risk-weighted models to suit circumstances and lifestyles
How much risk an investor should take depends on their ability to sit comfortably through spells when their portfolio falls from previous peaks in its value. This is partly a question of personality but more importantly, it’s about having the capacity not to have to sell holdings when they’re down and crystallise losses.
Investors’ Chronicle has created a series of asset allocation models. There are fourteen in total but our three models for investors pursuing cautious, medium risk and high-risk strategies, are the basis for the other models that consider more specific needs.