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What Type Of Investor Are You?

Now you can invest in stocks and bonds
without being a Wall Street expert.

Now that you've taken the One-Minute Investor Profile Test the above chart will help you determine your " risk preference" and the category of Mutual Funds that might be right for you. The basic rule is this: to get higher returns, you must take higher risk. Some funds invest very conservatively, while others take more risk in pursuit of higher gains.

So to choose the fund that matches your goals, you have to know how much risk you can afford. If you haven't taken the Investor Profile Test...take the test now! We'll compute your score and bring you back to this section where you'll find other valuable information about Mutual Funds and investing your money.

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