Guide for traders

In general

Risk Management is the process by which investors approaches methodically the risks associated with their business in order to maximize the benefit to the areas they control and minimize losses where they don’t. The aim of risk management is to identify potential problems before they occur and to take appropriate action to avoid or deal with them. Thus, risk management consists of the following stages:

• Risk identification

• Risk quantification

• Risk handling

• Recheck at regular intervals

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