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An Undiversifiable Risk

An Undiversifiable Risk

Submitted by • August 1, 2013

An undiversifiable risk is a risk that can be said to be common when one considers a given assets or liabilities class. On the other hand, a diversifiable risk is a price change risk that is informed by a given securities circumstances which can be taken to be largely unique.

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