Do you know how RISK much are you taking with your money?

Utilizing Riskalyze to build better portfolios

Take only the risks you intend in your portfolio.

We use the work of Nobel Prize-winning behavioral psychologist Daniel Kahneman to measure investor risk tolerance levels. Before Riskalyze, we only had squishy tools for analyzing investor appetite for risk. Riskalyze has the capacity to analyze more than 200,000 investment products—including stocks and ETFs and then quantify the risk embedded in a portfolio with a single number. Investors are often shocked to learn that their position in Apple or another household brand, say, can put them well above their risk threshold.

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* Source: Pew Research Center
† Source: “Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior, 2014” Dalbar Inc. Most recent data available. An index is un-managed and one cannot invest directly into an index.

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