CONCENTRATION RISK Definition

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CONCENTRATION RISK is the risk that an investor will suffer from lack of diversification, investing too heavily in one industry, one geographic area or one type of security.

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RISK-FREE RATE is the rate of return available in the market on an investment free of default risk.

REMIC is Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduit. Refers to U.S. legislation, created with the Tax Reform Act of 1986, that allowed for the issuance of collateralized mortgage obligations.

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