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INTRODUCTION TO RISK-RETURN RELATIONSHIP
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Investors sometimes think of the securities market the same way they think about the blackjack tables at a casino: You "invest" your money or chips, and then you either win or lose the game. Yet real-life investing is more complicated than this simple scenario. More often than not, the game is not a win-all or lose-all proposition. It's somewhere in between. Investing in a new, high-risk company offers the prospect of higher returns; and investing in a low-risk, well-established company offers a more predictable return.

This tutorial addresses the basic concepts related to risk and reward in the investment world.

  • Risk Tolerance
  • Investment Risk
  • Gauging the Risk of Investments
  • Diversification
  • Common Investment Strategies
  • SUMMARY OF THE RISK-REWARD RELATIONSHIP

Let's begin by exploring the topic of risk tolerance.




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