Q. What’s the difference between risk level and risk tolerance?
Risk tolerance is how much risk you feel you can take. People who are prepared to risk bigger losses for the potential of bigger rewards can tolerate a high level of risk. People who want to play it safe and are willing to have potentially smaller returns to guard against loss can tolerate less risk.…
Q. How does Stash assess my risk level?
Stash evaluates each user’s risk level as either Conservative, Moderate, or Aggressive. We do this based on the information you provide during signup, such as age, how long you want to invest, and investment goals. Once we receive your answers, we suggest different investments for your specific risk level.…
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