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How To Reduce Investment Risk (But Not Necessarily Returns)

Investing always involves a degree of risk. However, not every risk is worth taking, as it may go unrewarded or deliver lower than expected returns.

Diversification in general reduces uncompensated risk related to individual shares and sectors. Diversification not only provides portfolio protection, it can also enhance long term returns.

The below article explores this concept in more detail.

Good Risks and Bad Risks

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