The risk-return spectrum (also called the risk-return tradeoff ) is the relationship between the amount of return gained on an investment and the amount of risk undertaken in that investment. [ citation needed ] The more return sought, the more risk that must be undertaken. [ edit ] The progression There are various classes of possible investments, each with their own positions on the overall risk-return spectrum. The general progression is: short-term debt ; long-term debt; property; high-yield debt; equity. There is considerable overlap of the ranges for each investment class. All this can be visualised by plotting expected return on the vertical axis against risk (represented by standard deviation upon that expected return) on the horizontal axis. Risk-return spectrum
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