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Cramer’s Investor Personality Quiz

A personal sense of style is as important to investing as it is to clothing. Even more important: being conscious of what your style is.

Whether you’ll make money at all is dependent on how you prefer to make that money, Cramer says. Some people can’t handle the risk involved in speculation. Others get bored managing a portfolio holding only stodgy, traditional stocks. Maybe you’re concerned with only your retirement nest egg. Then again, maybe you’re playing with some mad money.

The bottom line, though, is that each investor has to know what their personal investing style is before they put any money in the market. That way you’re always in your comfort zone. But watch the video for more from Cramer on this topic. He goes in depth on investing’s personality types and the kinds of stocks each should buy.




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