In general, how would your best friend forever (BFF) describe you as a risk taker? You like to roll the dice. You do your homework, but then you're willing to take risks. A bit more on the cautious side. You avoid risk at all costs. You wind up on some strange new game show hosted by Michael Strahan. After the physical challenge, which do you choose? $1,000 in cash A 50% chance at winning $5,000 A 25% chance at winning $10,000 A 5% chance at winning $100,000 Three weeks before you leave on your dream vacation, you lose your job. You would Cancel the vacation Take a much more modest vacation Go as scheduled, you need the time to prepare for a job search anyways Extend your vacation, this might be your last chance to go first-class If you had to pick a hashtag for the word 'risk', which of the following comes to mind first? #losing #uncertainty #opportunities #yolo (you only live once!) In terms of experience, how comfortable are you investing in stocks, mutual funds or ETFs? Invest in what? You're not comfortable at all with this concept. Sure, you could do it, but you have your reservations. No big deal. You're totally comfortable. Back in the day, from September 2008 through November 2008, stocks lost more than 31%. If you owned a stock investment that lost about 31% in 3 months, you would… Sell all of the remaining investment. Sell a portion of the remaining investment. Hold onto the investment and sell nothing. Buy more of the investment. Which would you choose between more job security with a small pay increase and less job security with a big pay increase? Keep the money, you'll keep the job security. More job security with a small pay increase. Probably less job security with a big pay increase. Show me the money! Forget job security. Given the best- and worst-case returns of the four investment choices below, which would you prefer? $200 gain best case; $0 gain/loss worst case $800 gain best case; $200 loss worst case $2,600 gain best case; $800 loss worst case $4,800 gain best case; $2,400 loss worst case Your trusted friend and neighbor, an experienced crypto investor, is putting together a group of investors to fund a new cryptocurrency. The venture could pay back 50 to 100 times the investment if successful. If the crypto is a bust, the entire investment is worthless. Your friend estimates the chance of success is only 20%. If you had the money, how much would you invest? * Nothing One month's salary Three month's salary Six month's salary How do you usually feel about your major financial decisions after you make them? The glass is half empty. The glass is half full. That glass is bone dry. That glass is overflowing. Name Email Mobile Phone Time is Up!