If a client has a very low risk tolerance, all of the following might be suitable investments EXCEPT:

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If a client has a very low risk tolerance, all of the following might be suitable investments EXCEPT:

a. Growth stock funds
b. Money market funds
c. Short-term corporate bonds
d. Certificates of deposit






The correct answer is "a": growth stock funds may not be appropriate for an investor with a very low risk tolerance.



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