2. The risk associated with a changing portfolio value due to large swings in market prices. Also referred to as "jump risk" or "fat-tails".
1. Unforeseen corporate reorganizations or bond buybacks may have positive or negative impacts upon the market price of a stock. These are considered event risks.
2. These are extreme portfolio risks due to substantial changes in market price.
Investment dictionary. Academic. 2012.
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