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What's your Investing Style / Risk Profile?

Discussion in 'Investor Psychology' started by Ace in the Hole, 31st Jul, 2015.

  1. Ace in the Hole

    Ace in the Hole Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    From conservative to ultra aggressive, and everything in between.
    How has that style worked out for you.
    Has your style changed throughout your investment life?
    In hindsight, would you have done things differently if you could go back?
     
  2. Hodor

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    Hoping to continue expanding by adding 400-500k average value each year for the next 8 years. Steady consistent action is my plan. Wouldn't call it ultra aggressive or conservative.
    Seems to be working so far. Reaching my goals without sacrificing my sleep at night.
     
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  3. Steven Ryan

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    Too conservative when I was younger, had a few properties paid off before we got serious.
    Still relatively conservative compared to many here but if I told friends how much we owe the banks most would be horrified :eek:
     
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    Well as long as the banks don't get horrified you should be fine.:eek:
     
  6. DanW

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    In my mind I'm conservative (have analysed and addressed each risk)

    In others minds I'm taking big risks
     
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    Thats my thoughts as well
     
  8. Bargain Hunter

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    We are conservative utilising proven methods consistently over the medium to long term.
     
  9. Leo2413

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    Risk Profile = Aggressive

    Style = Manufacturing equity through adding value strategies

    How has it worked for us? = Very well so far.

    Style changed throughout investment life = No.
     
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  10. MTR

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    Its totally dependent on market conditions.

    If a market is rising its a good time to go hard and from experience just about any strategy works, especially when momentum builds up. Time to go hard.
    If market conditions start to change its time to sit back and watch, otherwise possibly good chance of losing money.

    MTR:)
     
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  11. Be Developer

    Be Developer Property Developer Business Member

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  12. Leo2413

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    Yes but that could apply to conservative, in the middle and aggressive. Which one of those 3 would you say fits your style best then?
     
  13. Be Developer

    Be Developer Property Developer Business Member

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    @Leo2413

    As you know, we are in property development, so we treat the whole journey as a business now.. if we see opportunity to make money , we buy in (given we have required funds for deposit n build).. so we are restricted by deposits to purchase the site,projected serviceability (as number of development on the go, chews up lot of cash during build).

    Give you an idea, currently we can go and buy up to $1m+ property, but we have 1 project nearly our of ground(around $1.3M), and starting a next one mid next year(around ($3.5-$5M).. so we will have to sit back and wait til we finish one project before we buy a next one. doesn't really help.

    so we are aggressively building new products, but buying (or restricted to) deve at regular interval to cater servicing for build. been buying an Deve a year for last 5 years.

    wish would have rich parents to back us up as guarantors;), may put us in utlra aggressive category then:)
     
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  14. Leo2413

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    I know what your saying mate and I agree. A nice position to be in is being able to have say 4 devs constructing at same time while 3 DAs in the process...haha i'm looking forward to that day mate.

    btw hope your not implying I have rich parents to guarantor my efforts...:confused::eek:
     
  15. Be Developer

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    My parents were always super tough on me...they would never guarantor anything for me though I never asked. Tempted to at times in the past though.. :D but I really appreciate now their toughness on me.
     
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