Diversifiable


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Related to Diversifiable: Diversifiable risk, Non Diversifiable Risk

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a.1.Capable of being diversified or varied.
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In addition, aggregate endowment each period is divided into two parts: diversifiable income and nondiversifiable income.
Nonetheless, the theory says that total risk consists of two parts, the systematic risk and unsystematic (diversifiable or idiosyncratic) risk.
This means that the milestone must be uncorrelated with the market and contain only so-called "diversifiable risk." Otherwise, even a small, seemingly diversified holding would still be subject to some market risk.
Moreover, they are not diversifiable and cannot be laid off; meaning that, as long as people, systems and processes remain imperfect, operational risk cannot be fully eliminated
Such decisions are sensitive to time horizon, portfolio allocation, diversifiable risk, un- diversifiable risk, and are based on asset "past," "present" performance of the entity behind the asset, and forecast about the "future" of the asset.
Diversifiable Risk: A risk that affects only some individual, business and small group.
“Instead, a fiduciary must evaluate risk tolerance and investment goals; choose a commensurate level of overall portfolio market risk and expected return; and avoid wasteful, diversifiable risk.
Can we use BTC as a diversifiable asset that is at least somewhat immune to the total market?
The trustee's duties and objectives with respect to [nondiversifiable (compensated)] risk are not as distinct as those with respect to diversifiable [uncompensated] risk.
This can be justified on the basis that mortality risk is fully diversifiable. The second assumption implies that the risk neutral measure for both market and mortality risks is the product measure of Q and the measure for mortality risk.

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