Why Risk Preference and Risk Capacity Need to Be Scored Separately

Risk tolerance questionnaires have traditionally consisted of questions that produce one score centered around risk preference or attitude, which advisors then use to create portfolios or record the rationale for how they match clients to specific firm models. This can often create misalignment as it may not expose the entire reality of an individual’s overall …

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