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Risk Taker

1. See: Risk lover.

2. See: Speculator.
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In order to answer the third (self definition of risk taker related to taking chances) and fourth (variable associated with risk taking) research questions, we analyzed 3 logistic regression models for each of the 8 variables of chance-taking activities as dependent variables (see Results section for descriptions of variables).
- Deferral -- banks have in place deferral mechanisms (typically for all staff paid above a threshold, albeit it is required for Material Risk Takers).
Banks in the UK are pushing to have the 'risk taker' classification applicable to fewer workers by lobbying for a stricter definition.
The Calculated Risk Takers are also the most likely to value saving money as a reason to buy a plan through the new California PPACA "Covered California" exchange program, Bye said.
For one thing, risk takers are typically small, cohesive interest groups that, once rescued, have a powerful incentive, as well as the resources, to buy the political influence needed to ensure a return to the status quo ante.
Within Europe, however, opinions vary: Romanian, Cypriot, and Irish views align closest with those of Americans, with 73% each saying they are generally risk takers. Lithuanians and Hungarians are least likely to share this attitude; 46% and 43%, respectively, see themselves this way.
Malcolm Gladwell profers that when it comes to bold risk takers, we might not be talking about the same animal, or in this case, the same Duck.
This coupled with the news that the big banks, or even our banks; are to pay massive bonuses to the top risk takers (those that got us in this mess in the first place).
Few are the risk takers, but it is the risk takers who blaze the trails for the rest by trying out a new process, a new technology, and take the lumps for the team.
Further, the statistical properties of the surviving populations of risk takers and non-risk takers will be different, and will be changing throughout the hierarchy.
Unique people are risk takers, and risk takers make small businesses successful," says Steven.