individual would prefer to receive a relatively lower return to avoid a potential huge loss.
In the long term, the greatest risk investors run is remaining risk-averse
for too long, building portfolios based on short-term phenomena, not long-term realities, and therefore falling well-short of their goals.
Failure to reach consensus on such a mechanism would result in continued risk-averse
behavior by transplant centers undermining innovation and hampering advancement of the field of transplantation and ultimately compromising patient care.
Although we must all take a responsible approach to lending, that doesn't mean becoming so risk-averse
that we simply exclude millions of creditworthy consumers.
You were widely seen as being fired for being risk-averse
From the perspective of the risk-averse
producer, shocks can only have an adverse (or at best neutral) effect (a reduction in output, etc.
Lord Jones - who previously headed the CBI as Digby Jones - told Sky News Sunday Live: "I have never met a more risk-averse
system in my entire life than the Civil Service.
culture in the Civil Service is inhibiting the Government's response to the current global financial crisis, outgoing trade minister Lord Jones warned yesterday.
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Rule-bound and risk-averse
in so many ways, Germans regard driving at face-peeling speeds as an inalienable right.
It's really vibrant, and it's less risk-averse
because there are so many players in here, so it's a really excellent time for Sudbury.
The foreign service is a risk-averse
culture, Barbara Bergen, coordinator of the awards, tells Kralev, who reports that "[n]one of the nominations this year is related to a controversial foreign policy issue, such as Iraq, Iran, North Korea, or the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.