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Q: What is used as a measure of total risk?

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The mean.

The answer is outlier

When there aren't extreme values (outliers)

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A scatter graph can be used to establish whether or not there is correlation and to get an approximate idea as to its strength. But no graph will actually measure correlation.

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Standard deviation is a measure of total risk, or both systematic and unsystematic risk. Unsystematic risk can be diversified away, systematic risk cannot and is measured as Beta.

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Sensitivity is the an absolute measure of risk

The total risk of a single asset is measured by the standard deviation of return on asset. Standard deviation is the square root of variance. To measure variance, you must have some distribution/ possibility of asset returns. However, the relevant risk of a single asset is the systematic risk, not the total risk. Systematic risk is the risk that cannot be diversified away in a portfolio. Systematic risk of an asset is measured by the Beta. Beta can be found using Regression (between market return and asset's return) or Covariance formula.

The instrument used to measure the total distance that a car has traveled is called an odometer.

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Risk is necessary in the investment world. The absolute measure of risk is the standard deviation which is a statistical measure of dispersion. The distribution curve shows how much an asset can deviate from its expected outcome.

You can measure risk by calculating the risk associated with each project the company decides to take on. A company will generally balance their risks with their expected returns.

The Total Risk Assessment and Control System used for ORM assessments.

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