risk-taking


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risk-taking

n
1. the practice of taking action which might have undesirable consequences
2. (Banking & Finance) the practice of taking action which might have undesirable consequences
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The year ahead presents 'perfect market conditions' for risk-taking, which makes investing in equity index funds an attractive option for investors who are looking for higher returns.
Certain risk-taking decisions like taking team-sports, making friends, voluntary activities and career choice should be allowed.
Those, in turn, serve as the pathway through which men's greater inherent competitiveness and risk-taking affect behavior.
Conformity to the masculine norm of risk-taking, however, was associated with both negative and positive mental health outcomes, suggesting that risk-taking can have both positive and negative psychological consequences.
So, a combination of a risk-taking buyer and optimistic seller will result in the highest price being offered for the merger or acquisition deal.
Hypothesis 1: People who experience benign envy will be more likely to engage in risk-taking behavior than will those who experience malicious envy.
Litvak focused specifically on the role that gender plays in the interplay between anger and risk-taking, and on the juxtaposition of that interaction with economic gains.
Emotional risk-taking in marital relationships: A phenomenological approach.
That's what other research would have suggested, but any association between narcissism and risk-taking that we found was very small and essentially meaningless.
Then there are people who are from a business background, but not a risk-taking background, but that does not mean those people can never be entrepreneurs.
According to the Warwick Business School, bonus clawback at UK banks could in turn affect risk-taking abilities of banks.
Risk-taking was viewed as having a positive impact on business performance by 66 percent globally.