You love the thrill of uncertainty and crave the adrenaline rush.
You don't look at your accounts too much, but when you do, you might regret the spending.
You often don't realise how much you're spending until it's too late.
When Risk-takers aren't aware of their spending, they run the risk (no pun intended) of going into debt and spending what they can't afford. Even though the thrill feels good at the moment, this has impacts further down the line.
Financial awareness is key. Set some firm boundaries for yourself and decide what risks are work taking or not. This is especially true if you're investing your money. Seek advice from a financial advisor to help you.
Use the different time period views - last 30 days, last 3 months, last year - to work out how much you're spending on average to help you decide where to take a tighter approach to spending. Here are some more tips:
View your income on your accounts page and compare this with a list of essential expenses
Try out zero-based spending plan and use the categories page to keep an eye on how much you're spending on each category
Check your spending regularly in Insights to see if your average spending increases and identify where you tend to spend more to inform next month's spending plan
Confirm whether your spending agrees you're a: