Tag: Risk management

Seeking To Be In Control Is A Weak Goal


Is being in control over-rated?  If control is required, is it your personal responsibility to impose order for others? In my personal view, the answers are yes it is over-rated and it is usually not my responsibility to impose order. I usually don’t know… Continue Reading “Seeking To Be In Control Is A Weak Goal”

What Does Risk Mean? – To You?


Risk exists and how you interface with it matters. Managing risk is a strategic decision. It is different for everyone. Your need to know your tolerance and capacity. Both matter. Exposure is more complicated. Investment risk is typically measured by variability around the mean… Continue Reading “What Does Risk Mean? – To You?”

More On Decisions


All decisions include an element of risk.  That is why some people have trouble with them.  Even people who deal with the risk part effectively and presumably make “better” decisions are sometimes wrong to do it the way they do. For the weak decision… Continue Reading “More On Decisions”

Should You Believe What Your Risk Profile Says?


I don’t know about you but my risk profile says I am risk aware, risk tolerant and risk capable.  That is, of course, a lie.  I may be aware and possibly capable but I guarantee you I am not risk tolerant.  I am firm… Continue Reading “Should You Believe What Your Risk Profile Says?”

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