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What techniques can be used to evaluate risks associated with different investment opportunities?

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There are different ways to evaluate risks associated with different investment opportunities. One way to evaluate risk is to compare the volatility in cash flows of that investment with other investment opportunities. More the volatility, more the risk. This volatility can be measured using standard deviation of historic returns or of comparable projects. This standard deviation serves as a way to evaluate risk of ...

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