Basics explained: How To Read Risk Meter

· Low Risk

-Value of assets not likely to fluctuate.

- Returns may be low.

- Likely to invest in Debt assets like Corporate Bonds.

- Best for capital protection.

· Moderately Low Risk

- Value may fluctuate little.

- Returns may be low.

- Likely to invest in Debt assets like Government Bonds with little Equity exposure.

- Best for capital protection.

· Moderate Risk

-Value likely to fluctuate, but less.

- Returns may be average.

- Likely to invest in a mix of Debt and Equity.

- Best for those who want returns with lower risk exposure.

· Moderately High Risk

- Value may fluctuate often, but not by a great amount.

- Returns may be higher than average.

- Likely to majorly in Equity and little in Debt.

- Best for wealth creation.

· High Risk

- Large degree of fluctuation regularly.

- Great potential for high returns.

- Likely to invest in risky Equity assets like Derivatives.

- Best for wealth creation and high profits.

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