- Personal Info.
- Account Info.
- Financial Info.
- Risk Tolerance
- Additional Required Information
1. Personal Information
Date of birth:
2. Information To Create Your Account
What are your investment objectives?
Do you anticipate taking funds from this account?
If yes, how much per period?
If your portfolio were to decrease in value by 25% due to market conditions, what would you do?
What is the time horizon for this account?To properly determine your asset-mix, knowing how long we have to work with your money is important.
To properly determine your asset-mix, knowing how long we have to work with your money is important.
3. Financial Information
Have you set aside savings to cover expenses such as purchasing a home, college tuition, or a financial emergency?
Under unforeseen circumstances, such as a loss of income, many people need to draw on “long-term” money for short-term needs. If you don’t have an emergency fund, it may be appropriate to build a conservative portfolio to create an emergency fund, and then build long term investments.
Approximately what portion of your total investable assets is in your retirement savings plan at work?
Investable assets include your emergency fund, plan assets, bank accounts, GICs, mutual funds, annuities, cash value of life insurance, stocks, bonds, investment real estate, etc. They do not include your principal residence or vacation home.
4. Risk Tolerance
How many dependents do you have?
Include spouse, children you support, elderly parents, etc.
Approximately what portion of your monthly take-home income goes toward paying off debt other than a home mortgage?
If you could increase your chances of improving your returns by taking more risk, would you...
Your comfort level with investment risk is important in determining how aggressively or conservatively you choose to invest.