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Six questions to help you learn how much investment risk you're really taking

How much risk do you take with your nest egg? For many people the honest answer probably is, "I'm not entirely sure." Heading into what could be a tumultuous period for global markets, having a better sense of how much risk you're facing can assure that you won't be shocked later.  Sudden shocks...
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