What Is the Opposite of Risk Averse?

In the domain of investments, the opposite of risk averse is typically risk taker or risk enthusiast. A risk taker is an investor who is ready to assume a bigger risk in exchange for a potentially higher, but less likely, return.

Analyzing a person’s innate risk tolerance is a component of choosing the type of investment that is most fit for that individual. The greater a person’s risk tolerance, the more acceptable is a riskier but potentially more lucrative investment. A risk-averse individual, on the other hand, is often placed in assets that are more secure but less rewarding.

Joel Gomez
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