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Risk / Reward

What is a “risk/reward ratio”?

A risk/reward ratio is defined by many as a comparison of the expected returns of an investment versus the amount that an investor could lose with the same investment. It is generally thought that the more return one expects to make, the higher the investment’s risk.



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