The role of risk in an investment depends on the mindset of an individual investor. Many investors prefer to ignore the risk element while some are risk-averse.
The popularity of the dialogue ‘risk hai toh ishq hai’ from the web series Scam 1992 – The Harshad Mehta has in a way further glorified the ‘risk’ element and those who tend to get swayed away easily need to be aware of the pitfalls associated with investment decisions made on the basis of these ‘risks’.
Vinayak Sapre, author of Dohanomics, in his inimitable style, explains how an investor can gauge the risk factor in his or her investor journey.
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