You carefully examine your choices. You take no one’s advice. You might look at a suggestion, but its just that; a suggestion. The final decision is always yours, and you know it. You hate fees and are comfortable making your own investment choices. You prefer an order taker when you buy investments compared to someone who offers advice. You do invest, or at least you call it investing, even if it is really glorified savings in retirement accounts. Guarantees are important to you. You don’t like surprises or risk and you’ll sacrifice today to avoid needing to take risk tomorrow in order to achieve growth. You don’t really invest. You’ve got a pension and a group investment at work so you don’t really feel the need to make investment decisions. You’ll get around to investing when you’ve got more free cash flow but for now, you don’t really worry about investing. You shoot for the moon. You are all about the risk, baby! You want to know what rich people do and you want to do that too! You prefer investments you can touch like income properties or commercial buildings, but if you’ve got to go retail, you want to make some serious coin in doing so. You try to make independent decisions, even if it means taking one professionals advice and placing the investments with another. You like to keep your investments separated and you don’t like to discuss your accounts with anyone. You’ll ask peers or family for their opinion on certain things, but you will never divulge what you have decided to do with your money. You invest big sums because you make big money. Even if you are carrying debt, you still like to make larger investments. Usually if there is a tax advantage, you are far more motivated to invest. You aren’t too aggressive, but you definitely aren't safe. You are proud of your portfolio. Do what you are told. You just don’t know what you don’t know and you feel that if you are buying your investments through any sort of professional then you won’t have to worry about things.