You are very careful with your money.
When it comes to investing, you have no interest in volatility or excitement. Your preferred ‘investment’ is a fixed deposit account, and you are constantly on the lookout for the best rates from the banks. The financial markets put you off because you have heard too many stories of people losing too much money, and in some cases, even their entire life savings.
You are always on the lookout for the next Facebook or Google stock.
You dream of catching that one investment opportunity that will make you rich beyond words. When a good investment opportunity presents itself, you will not hesitate to make a big bet on it. When asked to choose between slow and steady gains and the chance of a huge windfall, there is no question that you will go for the latter.
Your biggest fear when it comes to investing (and in life) is the FOMO. You cannot stand the thought of missing out on anything, be it a party or an investment opportunity.
You have a track record of putting your money in a whole range of alternative investments such as land banking, precious metals, or even overseas properties. You invested because your friends have invited you to do so, and you cannot bear to disappoint them. Besides, the deal does sound compelling.
You are careful, methodical and analytical.
You understand your own limitations as an investor, yet you are quietly confident of your abilities. If you are considering an investment that is new or foreign to you, you will try to find out and learn. While you seek out advice, you do not get carried away and you are always in control of your own investing journey.
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