Risk Questionnaire This risk questionnaire assesses your financial picture and provides a roadmap to your overall risk preferences. The output will be your risk tolerance score. This short analysis is the first step on the road to retirement. Name* First Last Email* My primary financial goal is:* Preserving my assets Leaving a legacy Maximizing my income Growing my assets When it comes to investments and financial decisions, I consider myself:* Not very knowledgeable Somewhat knowledgeable Knowledgeable An expert On the road to retirement, I am:* Retired, I made it Less than 5 years away 5 to 10 years away More than 10 years away My attitude toward investing is:* A small loss would concern me I understand investing has some risks but I am conservative I am growth oriented and I understand the market goes up and down I am aggressive and I want to grow my assets. If my investment loses value I may invest more Including all sources, my current household income is:* Under $50,000 $50,000 - $99,999 $100,000 - $249,999 $250,000 - $499,999 $500,000 or more During retirement, I will rely on investment income:* Heavily Moderately Somewhat Not at all If my investment lost 20 percent of its value, I would:* Immediately sell the investment Change to a more conservative investment option Stay the course Add to the investment while its value is down Social Security, a pension and some other forms of retirement cash flow are fairly stable income sources. I consider my retirement income sources to be:* I don’t have retirement income sources Unstable Somewhat stable Very stable Historically, inflation averages 2-3 percent per year. Relative to inflation, I would like my investments to:* Keep pace with inflation with minimal risk Moderately outpace inflation with some long-term risk Significantly outpace inflation with moderate long-term risk Maximize performance with substantial long-term risk If I invested $250,000 for 5 years, I would be most comfortable with the following best and worst case:* Worst: $270,000 | Best: $300,000 Worst: $250,000 | Best: $330,000 Worst: $230,000 | Best: $375,000 Worst: $200,000 | Best: $450,000 Not including my primary residence, my net worth is:* Under 250,000 $250,000 - $499,999 $500,000 - $999,999 $1,000,000 - $1,999,999 Over $2,000,000 Risk Tolerance Score*Conservative Investor: 1-20You should generally be allocated from 0% to 20% in growth assets (red/yellow money). The majority should be allocated to assets with less risk (green money). You are risk averse and the main focus is on principal preservation.Conservative Growth Investor: 21-40You should generally be allocated from 21% to 40% in growth assets (red/yellow money). The remainder should be allocated to assets with less risk (green money). Conservative Growth Investors are somewhat conservative and do not want to be allocated more than 40% to the stock market.Balanced Investor: 41-60You should generally be allocated 41% to 60% in growth assets (red/yellow money). The remainder should be allocated to assets with less risk (green money). Moderate growth and a balanced allocation is important to your long term success. You understand that you must take some risk in order to potentially get a better than inflation like return.Moderate Growth Investor: 61-80You should generally be allocated 61% to 80% in growth assets (red/yellow money). The remainder should be allocated to assets with less risk (green money). You are more growth oriented, but are not comfortable with 100% of your assets subjected to market volatility. Maintaining a small portion of assets with less risk is an important part of the allocation.Growth Investor: 81-100You should generally be allocated 81% to 100% in growth assets (red/yellow money). You are a growth investor and growing your principal is the primary objective. Growth Investors understand that the market goes up and down but you are in it for the long term growth potential that stocks may provide.InitialsConsent* Client/Owner/Authorized Person: I acknowledge that the above information is true and correct and that I will work with my independent investment advisor to align my Risk Tolerance with my overall asset allocation.