The Risks of Investing in Anything: Business Risk, Financial Risk, Market Risk, Purchasing Power Risk, Interest Rate Risk, Liquidity Risk, and Event Risk

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As with any and all investments, they are subject to some type of risk, no matter what the rewards may be. Some investment types, however, can be riskier than others. Risk is defined as the chance that the actual return from an investment may differ from or fall short of what was expected. In this

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As with any and all investments, they are subject to some type of risk, no matter what the rewards may be. Some investment types, however, can be riskier than others. Risk is defined as the chance that the actual return from an investment may differ from or fall short of what was expected. In this book, we will take a look at seven different types of risks. This book will also explain which of the seven types of risks you need to be most aware of to make money in the stock market. One risk may be riskier than the other risk, and now is your chance to find out which type of risk is the riskiest.

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