Aggressive Growth

Aggressive growth means growing the capital at a more rapid rate, with potentially higher risk, where current income is not a consideration.

Dominic, age 25, is an example of someone who might invest this way. Dominic has recently graduated from college. He’s working for the first time in a new job and wants to learn more about investing. He doesn’t need any investment income, and he doesn’t have any other people to support in his family.

Dominic: I’m very interested in increasing my knowledge of investments. I’ll admit that I don’t understand a lot about risk. I’ve never lost money because I’ve never had money to lose, and of course I’m very young. It’s my first time in an exciting new job, and I’m really looking forward to ...

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