Very Low Risk … Nah Then!

The Very Low Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of well below average.

This portfolio contains mainly lower – risk investments such as cash and bonds and some medium-risk assets in the form of property. While a portfolio like this should go up and down in value less than a ‘high-risk’ portfolio, the value of investments can always go down as well as up.

Low Risk … Be Reet!

The Low Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of below average.

This portfolio contains mainly lower- and medium-risk investments such as cash, bonds and property, with a few higher-risk investments such as shares. While a portfolio like this should go up and down in value less than a ‘high-risk’ portfolio, the value of investments can always go down as well as up.

Lowest Medium Risk … Fair t’ middlin!

The Lowest Medium Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of below average.

This portfolio contains mainly lower- and medium-risk investments such as cash, bonds and property, with a few higher-risk investments such as shares. While a portfolio like this should go up and down in value less than a ‘high-risk’ portfolio, the value of investments can always go down as well as up.

Low Medium Risk … Middlin’

The Low Medium Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of average.

This portfolio contains a balanced mix of lower and medium-risk investments such as cash, bonds and property, and higher-risk investments such as shares. While a portfolio like this should rise and fall in value less than a higher-risk portfolio, the value of investments can always go down as well as up.

High Medium Risk … Steady Away

The High Medium Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of average.

This portfolio contains mainly higher- risk investments such as shares, with some lower- and medium-risk investments such as cash, bonds and property. While a portfolio like this should rise and fall in value less than a higher-risk portfolio, the value of investments can always go down as well as up.

Highest Medium Risk … Bit Racy

The Highest Medium Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of above average.

This portfolio contains mainly higher- risk investments such as shares, with some lower- and medium-risk investments such as cash, bonds and property. While a portfolio like this should rise and fall in value less than a higher-risk portfolio, the value of investments can always go down as well as up.

High Risk … By eck

The High Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of above average.

This portfolio contains mainly higher- risk investments such as shares, with the occasional lower- and medium-risk investments such as bonds and property. Because of this, there is a possibility you may not get back as much money on your investments as you put in, particularly in the short term.

Very High Risk … Flippin’ eck

The Very High Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have an attitude to accepting risk of well above average.

This portfolio contains mainly higher- risk investments such as shares from outside the UK, with very occasional lower-risk investments such as bonds. Because of this, there is a possibility you may not get back as much money from your investments as you put in, particularly in the short term.

Highest Risk … Bloody ell!

The Highest Risk portfolio is suitable for investors who have the highest attitude towards accepting risk.

This portfolio contains only higher-risk investments such as shares from outside the UK and no low-risk investments such as cash and bonds. Because of this, there is a possibility you may not get back as much money from your investments as you put in, particularly in the short term.