Investments generally carry two key risks; systematic and unsystematic. Systematic risk is usually referred to as market risk or un-diversifiable risk and is risk that is inherent in all market related investments and cannot be removed or mitigated.
It should not be confused with systemic risk which is the risk of loss from some catastrophic event that collapses the entire financial system. On the other hand, unsystematic risk, otherwise known as...
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