Risk Assessment

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1. What is your current age?

2. When do you expect to start drawing income?

3. How long do you expect income withdrawals to last?

4. An investment is considered long term if it’s for at least…

5. What is your goal for this investment?

6. Assuming normal market conditions, what would you expect from this investment over time?

7. From September 2008 through November 2008, stocks lost more than 31%. If I owned a stock investment that lost about 31% in 3 months, based on my goals, I would …

8. Suppose the stock market has below average returns over the next decade (1o yrs), What would you expect from this investment?

9, Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three YEARS' performance of this investment?

10. Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three MONTHS' performance of this investment?

11. You have $1,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

12. You now have $2,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

13 + 8 =

1. What is your current age?

2. When do you expect to start drawing income?

3. How long do you expect income withdrawals to last?

4. An investment is considered long term if it’s for at least…

5. What is your goal for this investment?

6. Assuming normal market conditions, what would you expect from this investment over time?

7. From September 2008 through November 2008, stocks lost more than 31%. If I owned a stock investment that lost about 31% in 3 months, based on my goals, I would …

8. Suppose the stock market has below average returns over the next decade (1o yrs), What would you expect from this investment?

9, Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three YEARS' performance of this investment?

10. Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three MONTHS' performance of this investment?

11. You have $1,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

12. You now have $2,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

14 + 11 =

1. What is your current age?

2. When do you expect to start drawing income?

3. How long do you expect income withdrawals to last?

4. An investment is considered long term if it’s for at least…

5. What is your goal for this investment?

6. Assuming normal market conditions, what would you expect from this investment over time?

7. From September 2008 through November 2008, stocks lost more than 31%. If I owned a stock investment that lost about 31% in 3 months, based on my goals, I would …

8. Suppose the stock market has below average returns over the next decade (1o yrs), What would you expect from this investment?

9, Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three YEARS' performance of this investment?

10. Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three MONTHS' performance of this investment?

11. You have $1,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

12. You now have $2,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

14 + 4 =

1. What is your current age?

2. When do you expect to start drawing income?

3. How long do you expect income withdrawals to last?

4. An investment is considered long term if it’s for at least…

5. What is your goal for this investment?

6. Assuming normal market conditions, what would you expect from this investment over time?

7. From September 2008 through November 2008, stocks lost more than 31%. If I owned a stock investment that lost about 31% in 3 months, based on my goals, I would …

8. Suppose the stock market has below average returns over the next decade (1o yrs), What would you expect from this investment?

9, Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three YEARS' performance of this investment?

10. Which of these statements would best describe your attitudes about the next three MONTHS' performance of this investment?

11. You have $1,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

12. You have $2,000 and you must pick one of the following choices:

13 + 3 =