American investors’ long-term financial goals are out of sync with the risks they’re willing to take to reach them, finds a new survey by asset manager Natixis.

While about 70% of those polled said that growing their assets is increasingly more important than protecting their principal investment, nearly 60% also said they were unwilling to take on more than minimal risk.

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