Measuring risk aversion for portfolios and gambles

Why we prefer some investments over others

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  1. […] Jane’s emphasis was on savings behavior, but this might be the gateway to education on investing. I would not be surprised to see a relationship between savings behavior/rewards and risk tolerance/aversion as an investor(for a technical discussion of risk aversion download the paper on my research blog post). […]



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