If the portfolio has a high proportion of low-risk or even risk-free investments, then the investor belongs to the stable type. Stable investors emphasize the stability of income and the safety of principal. In order to balance income and safety, stable investors can integrate stocks, funds and bonds to form an investment portfolio. Among them, the proportion of investment in stocks can be appropriately reduced, and the proportion of investment in funds and bonds can be increased.
Stable investors take safety as the primary reference indicator when selecting stocks, so the following specific aspects should be noted when selecting stocks: the company's operating conditions and profitability are relatively stable; the stock's P/E ratio is low; the dividend level is high; the equity capital is large and generally will not be patronized by market majors.
If the portfolio has a large proportion of high-risk products, it means that the investor's investment is of an aggressive type. Aggressive investors aim to pursue maximum returns in as short a time as possible, and therefore may choose to invest a greater percentage in equities. The aggressive investor can use technical analysis to carefully analyze the contrasting long and short sides of the market, the state of equilibrium, etc., and then combine them with the company's fundamentals and use them as a basis for making predictions to select stocks with upside.
When choosing stocks, aggressive investors should refer to the following criteria: the stock's past performance is more active; preferably with the intervention of the main capital; with speculative themes; technical indicators to send more obvious signals.
Do short term investment risk factor is often relatively large, aggressive investment should pay attention to adjust their investment mentality, do not fluctuate with the stock market, mentality also fluctuate.