What kind of traveler are you?

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Answer some simple questions to help learn what kind of traveler you are.
Question 1 of 7
When I go on vacation I like to:
This year, you have a maximum of $2,000 to spend on travel. How will you divide that money between separate trips?
In choosing a place to stay on vacation, my main priority is:
What I most like to do on a vacation is:
I will visit 5+ different foreign countries within the next years.
I will visit 5+ different foreign countries this year.
0 25+
I will visit 15+ different U.S. states within the next years.
I will visit 15+ different U.S. states this year.
0 15+

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If you could only take 1 trip this year, would it be a place you've already been?
I will only visit this one place for the next years.
0 15+

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If you lost your job, how much traveling would you do this year?

Very Conservative Traveler

Conservative investors want as little to do with risk as possible. Lower returns are ok because their first priority is to not lose money. Money may be needed soon, so investing conservatively may be a wise option. While our Asset Allocation funds may not match your risk tolerance, please view our other mutual funds to find one that may better align with a conservative risk tolerance. View All Mutual Funds

Somewhat Conservative Traveler

Moderately conservative investors want to invest, but without taking large risks. Their priority is to not lose their investment, so lower returns are ok. Money may be needed soon, so investing somewhat conservatively may be a good option. They’re more moderate than a conservative investor.

Average Traveler

Moderates take a balanced approach to investing. Short-term ups and downs are alright if it nets a higher return, but they are uncomfortable if the volatility lasts too long. Money will be needed, but not any time soon.

Somewhat Adventurous Traveler

Moderately aggressive investors want to be rewarded for taking risks. While not the most aggressive investor, they do tend to think that if they just hang in there, investments will pay off. Money may not be needed for a while, so they can ride out ups and downs.

Very Adventurous Traveler

When investing, the goal for aggressive investors is to maximize returns. Underperforming investments aren’t scary because they’re optimistic the markets will rebound over the long-term. After all, taking bigger risks is part of the process. Time is on their side and money may not be needed for quite a while.