3 Methods for Measuring Risk

Jan 15, 2009 / By Geoff Considine, Ph.D.
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Risk took a backseat during the liquidity glut as investors willingly took on more risk to earn more return. Now with the markets down 40%, risk management has resurfaced as a critical portfolio management tool. Here's a look at three approaches to measuring risk: historical, momentum, and reversion to the mean.

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