Systematic-risk definitions

A widespread risk that can’t be avoided by diversifying investments. Examples of systematic risk are wars, rising inflation, and turbulent political events. Some effects of systematic risk can be minimized through asset allocation techniques and diversification because different portions of the market tend to underperform at different times. Also called market risk.
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(finance) The risk associated with an asset that is correlated with the risk of asset markets generally, often measured as its beta.
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