Nov 18, 2015
If you have more than one end goal for your investing, it can confuse your plans a little. Should you have separate investment pots for each goal? Different portfolio risk strategies? How to go about setting multiple goals is a question I was asked by one of the respondents to my 2015 listener survey, so I thought I’d strike while the proverbial iron is hot, and answer this one right away…
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Finally, I have put together a cheatsheet which gives you an idea about the kinds of asset allocations you can use for different risk profiles and different timescales.
I love to read and respond to your comments, so please do join in and share. Question: How have you managed different goals and timescales? What have you learned in the process?
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