Unformatted text preview: a very high return investment, usually the risks will be higher. The opportunity cost is clear; one investment provides a high return, but there is an associated big risk. The second investment pays a lower return, but also has a lower risk. Opportunity cost requires a person to weigh up the benefits of both. If a person chooses one, they lose the opportunity to invest in the other. Good post. Jack...
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- Fall '10
- Economics, high return, Elainea Jennings