The Biggest (and Most Harmful) Lie on Wall Street

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  1. Chuck S says:

    I’d guess the opposite is true – high return often involves high risk. If there was high return, low risk, lots of people would pile in, driving up the price, reducing the return. If there was low return, high risk, people would stay away, bringing down the price – maybe bankrupting it. People wouldn’t invest in something with high risk unless they thought there was high reward – of course, they could be fooled.

    If there was a low-grade gold mine in an unstable country, nobody would invest in it. If it was a high-grade mine, some people would invest. People would also invest in a low-grade mine in a safe country.


  2. A. tavakoli says:

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