Upside Risk

Upside risk is the potential for greater-than-expected returns on an investment. This can be due to positive news or events that were not anticipated by investors. For example, a company may announce a new product line that is expected to be very successful, causing the stock price to rise. Upside risk is also present when an investor buys a stock that is undervalued, expecting the price to increase in the future.

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