The aggressive model aims to achieve an increase in investment by taking long-term risk.
The objective of the model is to generate higher returns by increasing exposure to riskier assets. However, investors should be aware that this model comes with a higher level of volatility and the potential for greater losses.
The aggressive model is a simulated portfolio composed primarily of stocks, supplemented by fixed income instruments such as bonds, as well as alternative investments, including oil and various types of metals.
Exposure to fixed income instruments (for example, bonds) and alternative investments (for example, metals and oil) is formed primarily by investing in exchange-traded funds based on the respective asset types.