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Risk tolerance
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Investment goal
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Portfolio design
What's unique about Quarterback's portfolio
To overcome the limitations of traditional asset allocations and minimize human
error, we have improved traditional quantitative approach by combining machine
learning technology with portfolio managers' investment know-how.
You can now construct your own portfolio that is optimized for your risk tolerance
and financial goal
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What comes to mind when you think of the word “Risk”?   
Loss
Uncertainty
Investment
Opportunity
High Returns
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How much investment risk
are you willing to take?   
No tolerance for loss
Low tolerance for loss
Medium tolerance
for loss
High tolerance for
loss for higher return
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What would you do if your investment
in stock has plunged more than 25%?   
Dispose entire shares
Dispose some shares
Do not take actions
and wait for price
to recover
Buy more shares
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If you suddenly receive US$100k,
how would you invest?   
70%in savings,
30%in risky assets
50%in savings,
50%in risky assets
30%in savings,
70%in risky assets
10%in savings,
90%in risky assets
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Which investment combination do you prefer?   

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Your risk tolerance result
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Risk aversive
Risk neutral
Risk seeking

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What is your investment goal?
Investment with
no particular goal
Looking for some thing
other than deposits?
Financial Goal
Looking to meet specific financial goal
(e.g tuitions, house purchase & etc)?
Retirement plan
Looking for a certain level of
income post retirement?
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Financial Goal
What’s your age?
When do you want to retire?
What is your life expectancy?
How much monthly income are you
expecting to receive after retirement?
How much is your initial balance?
How much can you invest additionally
per month?
How long are you planning to invest?
How much do you expect to make in
the end?
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