by Chad Hassinger on Feb 8, 2018
Provided By Stephen J. Barrett, CFP®, AWMA®, AIF®
Vice President, Wealth Management
The concept of risk tolerance is twofold. First, it refers to your personal desire to assume risk and your comfort level with doing so. This assumes that risk is relative to your own personality and feelings about taking chances. If you find that you can't sleep at night because you're worrying about your investments, you may have assumed too much risk.