Part IV

A Wonderland of Risk Management


In this part . . .

Investing is risky, and so is deciding against investing. Buying things is risky, and so is not buying things. No matter what you do, it seems like you’re out of luck, but risk is manageable. All you really need is to know what methods are available to reduce or anticipate the risks you’re facing and make sure that you’re earning more money than the costs of dealing with those risks.

In Part IV, I guide you through the madness of risk management, showing you the different types of risk you face, how to evaluate each, and the different ways in which you can mitigate those risks or even use them to your advantage.

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