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Principles of Successful Investing: How to Think About Investment Risk

We recently posted about the difficulty of timing the market and wanted to share the following video on how to think about investment risk. Some investors think about risk as the probability that the value of an investment will decline while others view it as the amount of volatility in their whole portfolio. In the video below, Mr. French defines risk simply as:

 "Uncertainty about lifetime consumption."

When building your investment portfolio, consider your income and other sources of wealth to structure a portfolio that will reduce the uncertainty of meeting your own lifetime expenses. 

We hope these videos continue to help you navigate the complex market of choices and decisions that investors are confronted with every day.

-EnRich Financial Partners LLC

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