Risk Taker

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Risk Taker

1. See: Risk lover.

2. See: Speculator.
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Pairing the cover holders and risk takers is a fine science.
This campaign aims to have those risk takers in our community cringe and think about how their life would be impacted should they end up in Nate's position - something they find much more realistic than actually dying as a result of their risky driving," Mrs Harvey said.
The Calculated Risk Takers said they wanted to learn about coverage costs, but they expressed much more interest in information.
More importantly, if the Fed wants to restore incentives for risk takers and savers, it should offset the effects of staying "low for long" in bad times by increasing interest rates more rapidly than is strictly necessary as the economy recovers.
For decades, maybe longer, the notion that the CEO must be an entrepreneurial risk taker has been treated as a given fact--and not just a risk taker, but a big "bold" risk taker at that.
This industry needs some serious risk takers to grapple with the waste that we all know about.
Automated underwriting is essential to enable a free-flowing process from customer to risk taker in the insurance transaction.
In addition, adolescents who were high danger risk takers were expected to also score high on sports risks, drug taking, and depression, and have less than optimal relationships and self-esteem.
What qualities and attitudes displayed by effective risk takers do you have already, and which ones do you need to develop?
According to the authors, Europe is stuck with its stodgy system of special subsidies and slack unions while Japan is awash in xenophobia and short on risk takers.
An innovative guide that identifies what distinguishes the best financial risk takers from the rest