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It is also important to note that the relative degree of risk against the return does not need to be in linear relation i.e. it is not necessary that the risk and return increase in same proportion however, if risk increases, it is necessary that the return must increase too in order to compensate the investors for taking increased risk. (Ante, 2009). The above graph therefore indicates that the investment four has the highest risk and highest return whereas investment 1 has the lowest risk and lowest return. This graph also indicate that the investors may be preferring different combinations of the investments i.e. the investment that is providing lowest returns may be made in the government treasury securities whereas investment providing highest returns may made in the stocks of a corporate as the stocks provide highest returns and also carry greatest risk among all instruments of investment.
It is important to understand that the expected return is always calculated by multiplying the return with the probability and the resulting figure is called the expected return on any investment. Therefore the investment that provides highest expected return shall be chosen over other investment. The investor should choose an investment that pays a guaranteed return of 7% because given the overall probability of different returns, the investors will get the expected return of 5% with a probability of 0.5 whereas the investment providing 7% result has the probability of 1 that means the expected return will be 7% which is highest as compared to other investment. The higher the probability greater are the chances that the return will be guaranteed therefore an investment with a lower probability will yield lower expected returns whereas an investment with higher probability of getting the same return will yield higher expected returns. Therefore in this case, since the probability of getting 7% return is
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The study intends to provide a brief understanding of the various potential opportunities for investment in the international marketplace. Foreign market investment has become a favorable option for investment in recent times. However, there are certain risks and mediums for foreign market investment that are required to be followed in order to proceed successfully towards fulfilling the desired objectives of investment.
When it comes to product innovation, no business is far behind. Even the financial markets have been a domain of product innovations in the recent past. One such innovation in the highly lucrative financial markets is The Hedge Funds. Hedge Fund refers to “an aggressively managed portfolio of investments that uses advanced investment strategies such as leveraged, long, short and derivative positions in both domestic and international markets with the goal of generating high returns (either in an absolute sense or over a specified market benchmark).” (Investopedia, 2011) The nature of Hedge Fund is different from many other investment setups.
The author states that investments in Russia is facing sharp fall for the past few months. Higher global crude oil price is expected to benefit Russia’s economic recovery. But this benefit will be carried away by the expected capital outflows. The capital outflow of Russia is much higher compared to that of the inflow.
The paper begins by providing an overview on the various investment types and afterwards concentrates on evaluating which one is a better investment vehicle by weighing their advantages and disadvantages with respect to their various tax implications.
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However, recently the firm was charged for litigation and their co-founder was arrested. These risks are very common in emerging markets as government has little control of so-called "Big Businesses". (New York Tmes, 2009).
Not only this, loss of investment is another major risk in these markets due to their volatility and their dependence on other economies of the world.
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