Risk Management and the U.S. Economy by Arun Kaul, Sparta CIO
Updated: Dec 29, 2021
Published in Pensions and Investments
"Much of the U.S. economy’s tepid growth can be traced to policies that hinder stakeholders from engaging in economic risk-taking or accepting uncertainty.
The risk-return trade-off is a critical decision every investor must face when deciding how and where to allocate capital. An investor seeking higher returns must be willing to assume higher levels of uncertainty or risk, including a potential loss of capital. If investors will not accept a higher level of uncertainty or risk, they must be willing to accept lower rates of return."
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