Investments generally carry two key risks, systematic risk and unsystematic risk. Systematic risk is usually referred to as market risk or more commonly known as un-diversifiable risk.
In other words, it is a risk that is inherent in all market related investments and cannot be removed or mitigated, it is constant. Systematic risk should not be confused with systemic risk which can be...
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