Risk profiling is a process for estimating financial risk-taking capacity and understanding the (psychological) risk tolerance level of an individual.

We have compiled some questions that will help us to evaluate both the parameters. After submitting the answers, you will get the report via email. The questionnaire takes about 10-15 minutes for completion.

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Risk Profiling Questionnaire

Please answer all the questions by circling one of the options. Choose the option
that best indicates how you feel about each question. If none of the options is
exactly right for you, choose the option that is closest.

1. Date of Birth:

2. Your source of income

 Salary Business Pension / other retirement source Dependent on other's income

3.Your current annual take-home income from all sources is:

 Under INR 5,00,000. INR 5,00,000 to INR 10,00,000. INR 10,00,000 to INR 20,00,000.

4. Liabilities/Borrowings

 Nil INR 1,00,000 to INR 10,00,000 INR 10,00,000 to INR 50,00,000 Above INR 50,00,000

5. What is the value of your liquid (or investable) assets? This includes cash plus any easily sold investments like Bonds, Stocks, Mutual Fund etc.

 Less than INR 5,00,000. INR 5,00,000 to INR 10,00,000. INR 1,000,000 to INR 50,00,000. Above INR 50,00,000.

6. What kind of investments do you currently own, or would prefer to own?

 Mainly money market or fixed-income securities (e.g. cash, bonds). Mainly fixed-income securities with some equity securities. Slightly heavier weighting in equities than fixed-income. Mainly aggressive equities with some fixed income.

7. What do you want this investment portfolio to do?

 Provide appreciation of capital in short-term. Provide moderate growth in medium term. Provide maximum capital appreciation of investment in long term. Generate income with some capital appreciation.

8. What is your Investment Horizon?

 Below 1 year. 1 year to 2 years. 2 years to 5 years. More than 5 years.

9. You invest substantial amount in a stock that goes down by 8% the next day. You.

 average your cost by investing more at a lower price. do not bother because you had done enough research on the company. book your loss and invest in fixed deposits or bonds. hold on till that stock comes back to your cost price and sell it.

10. You have invested in shares that you expect will become multibaggers in 2-3 years. These share prices drop 30% soon after you buy them. You:

 sell. average your cost by buying more. wait and watch. see your cash flow at the end of the year and buy more if the prices of these shares are still low.

 I hereby declare that I have read, understood and personally accomplished this entire Risk Profiling Questionnaire and that the answers I have given are accurate. I understand the risk involved in investing in equities. I will exercise my own independent judgment in subscribing the suitable package/s (if any) as per my Risk Profile Score. You may review your answers before they are recorded in the system. Once recorded they cannot be changed. This is done to ensure the integrity of the data. You can review your answers by scrolling through the questionnaire. Now is the best time to correct any mistakes or omissions.