Getting your investment risk right

Minimising the potential of negative returns while remaining invested in the market is a balancing act as volatility ticks up and interest rates languish

Glenn Freeman 10 January, 2020 | 12:20AM

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A goldilocks approach to investment risk, where your portfolio is neither too hot nor too cold, becomes more important the closer you get to retirement.

Take too much risk, and you could blow up your portfolio and experience lean years rather than golden years in retirement.

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