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Why Manage Risk?

By focusing on rate of return and ignoring risk, investors may actually torpedo themselves. High-risk strategies, even those that have high returns, may actually decrease the chance of an investor having a successful experience. Within a wide band investors may be far better served to focus on managing risk than [...]
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