aggressively /əˈɡresɪvli/
(adv) acting with force and determination in order to succeed
Example: His ideas were not well received because he spoke so aggressively

attitude /ˈætɪtjuːd/
(n) the way that you think and feel about somebody/something
Example: Each investor should assess his or her own attitude toward investment

commit /kəˈmɪt/
(v) to promise sincerely that you will definitely do something
Example: It is a good idea to commit a certain percentage of your income to investments

conservative /kənˈsɜːvətɪv/
(adj) opposed to great or sudden social change; showing that you prefer traditional styles and values
Example: Her conservative strategy paid off over the years

fund /fʌnd/
(n, v) an amount of money that has been saved or has been made available for a particular purpose
Example: He will have access to his trust fund when he is 21 years old

invest /ɪnˈvest/
(v) to buy property, shares in a company, etc. in the hope of making a profit
Example: Don't invest all of your time in just one project

long-term /ˌlɒŋ ˈtɜːm/
(adj) involing long time period
Example: The CEO's long-term goal was to increase the return on investment

portfolio /pɔːtˈfəʊliəʊ/
(n) the range of products or services offered by a particular company or organization
Example: Investors are advised to have diverse portfolios

pull out
pull out /ˈpʊl aʊt/
(v, n) to withdraw, to stop
Example: The pull out of the bank has left the company without financing

resource /rɪˈsɔːs/
(n) a supply of something that a country, an organization, or a person has and can use, especially to increase their wealth
Example: The company's most valuable resource was its staff

return /rɪˈtɜːn/
(n) a mount of profit that you get from something
Example: Some investors are satisfied with a 15 percent return, while others want to see a much larger return

wisely /ˈwaɪzli/
(adj) able to make sensible decisions and give good advice because of the experience
Example: If you invest wisely, you will be able to retire early