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Personalized Financial Strategy Creator

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From novice to experienced investor, this prompt helps you tailor your financial strategy. It considers your investment sum, monthly contribution, risk appetite, and preferred sectors to offer a bespoke plan. This prompt also encourages financial education by recommending resources. Remember, it's always wise to consult a professional before making investment decisions.
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Prompt Details

Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
320 ($0.00960 / call)
Example input
Initial investment: $1000 Monthly contribution: $250 Risk tolerance: High Particular areas of interest: AI, Cryptocurrency
Example output
Given your starting investment of $1000, monthly contribution of $250, and high risk tolerance, here is a suggested financial strategy: 1 Low-Risk Portfolio (40% of your investment): This could include investments in blue-chip stocks, bonds, and gold. Platforms like Vanguard or Fidelity can provide these services. For further understanding, consider resources such as Investopedia for stock and bond market basics and the World Gold Council website for insights into gold investment. 2 Moderate-Risk Portfolio (20% of your investment): This might involve investing in index funds, ETFs, or mid-cap stocks. Platforms like Charles Schwab or TD Ameritrade can be useful for this purpose. and Morningstar could be valuable resources for learning more about ETFs and index funds. 3 High-Risk Portfolio (40% of your investment): This would involve investments in cryptocurrencies and AI-oriented companies. You might consider platforms like Coinbase or Binance for cryptocurrency investments and AngelList for finding AI-oriented startups. Resources like CoinMarketCap provide useful data on cryptocurrencies, and AI-specific publications like AI Trends can help you stay updated on the latest in AI. Financial literacy is an ongoing journey. You may want to consider visiting websites like Coursera or Khan Academy, where you can find free or affordable courses on finance and investing. Books like "The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham and "A Random Walk Down Wall Street" by Burton Malkiel could also help you to understand the financial markets better. Remember, this suggested strategy is based on your provided inputs and general investment principles. I strongly encourage you to expand your knowledge about these investment areas and consult with a financial advisor before making any final investment decisions. Due to your high risk tolerance, this strategy leans more towards high-risk options, which may offer high returns but also carry a higher degree of risk.
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