Risk Indexes: Categories of risk used to calculate fundamental beta, including (1) market variability, (2) earnings variability, (3) low valuation, (4) immaturity and smallness, (5) growth orientation, an . . . View Full Definition
Risk Premium Approach: A common approach for tactical asset allocation to determine the relative valuation of asset classes based on expected returns.
Risk Ratio: Some investors and financial analysts try to estimate the risk an investment poses by speculating on how much the investment is likely to increase in value as opposed to how much it could de . . . View Full Definition
Risk Premium: A risk premium is one way to measure the risk you'd take in buying a specific investment. Some analysts define risk premium as the difference between the current risk-free return — defined a . . . View Full Definition
Risk Management: Evaluation and selection of appropriate property and other Insurance.
Risk Lover: A person willing to accept lower expected returns on prospects with higher amounts of risk.
Risk Reduction: Actions that can decrease the likelihood that individuals, groups, or communities will experience disease or other health conditions.
Risk Management Agency: An independent office within USDA that is responsible for the supervision of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation: the administration and oversight of the federal crop insurance program an . . . View Full Definition
Risk Tolerance: Risk tolerance is the extent to which you as an investor are comfortable with the risk of losing money on an investment. If you’re unwilling to take the chance that an investment that might . . . View Full Definition
Risk-Adjusted Return: Often we subtract from the rate of return on an asset a rate of return from another asset that has similar risk. This gives an abnormal rate of return that shows how the asset performed over . . . View Full Definition
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Penetration: When the ball is dribbled or passed inside the defensive area toward the basket.