Commentary: Clients shouldn't take more risk than necessary

10/20/2011 | AdvisorOne

Asking about a client's tolerance for risk is "asking the wrong question," writes Bob Clark. Instead, he advises asking how much risk clients need to take to reach their goals. Low-risk investments can fund "need-to-meet" goals, while "should" and "nice-to-have" goals can require more risk.

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