Definition of Riskier

1. Adjective. (comparative of risky) ¹



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Definition of Riskier

1. risky [adj] - See also: risky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Riskier

risk of exposure
risk of infection
risk of recurrence
risk patient
risk reduction
risk taker
risk tolerance
risk universe
risk universes
risk visualization
risked
risker
riskers
riskfree
riskful
riskier (current term)
riskiest
riskily
riskiness
riskinesses
risking
riskless
risklessness
risks
risktaker
risktaking
risky
risky venture
risograph
risographs

Literary usage of Riskier

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1. Social Security: Issues in Comparing Rates of Return With Market Investments by DIANE Publishing Company (2000)
"Over long periods of time, riskier investments generally yield higher average ... market risk by offering higher average returns on riskier investments. ..."

2. Financial Markets for the Rest of Us: An Easy Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures by Robert Vahid Hashemian (2001)
"Here are some conditions that can render an option riskier: Short time to expiration — an option with three days to go is riskier than an option with 20 ..."

3. Drugs, Crime, and the Justice System (1992)
"Regular drug use is perceived to be riskier than occasional or experimental use, and use of heroin or cocaine is perceived to be far riskier than use of ..."

4. Crop Insurance: Actions Needed to Reduce Program's Vulnerability to Fraud by Robert A. Robinson (2006)
"Because premium rates are higher in riskier areas and for riskier crops, the subsidy structure transfers more federal dollars to those who produce riskier ..."

5. Economic Impact of a Solvency Crisis in the Insurance Industry by Kim J. Kowalewski, Angelo Mascaro (1994)
"Higher returns, however, cannot be earned without taking greater risks, and life insurers obtained higher yields by buying riskier securities such as junk ..."

6. Managing the World Economy: The Consequences of Corporate Alliances by Peter F. Cowhey, Jonathan David Aronson (1993)
"Firms seek greater returns to justify riskier investments. Keiretsu members usually pay more for funds raised within the group, in essence paying a premium ..."

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