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Entrepreneurs are individuals who take on financial risk and work to create, develop, and manage a business venture for the purpose of making a profit.


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Types of Entrepreneur

These people hire top staff and seek top investors to establish a solid infrastructure.
Innovators are the few people who think of a great idea or product that no one else has thought of before.
Analytical and risk-averse. They have specialised skills through education or apprenticeship.


Most of the time, these people invest their own money, and if their business makes money, they live off of that.

The concept of beginning a firm with the intention of keeping it from growing into a giant conglomerate or opening a number of chains is known as small business entrepreneurship. A single-location restaurant, a single grocery store, or a retail shop in which you sell handcrafted goods are all examples of small businesses that could be started by an entrepreneur.

Institutional investors

Institutional investors are large organizations, such as pension funds, endowments, or hedge funds, that invest on behalf of others.

Retail investors

Retail investors are individual investors who invest their own money in the stock market or other investment vehicles.

Accredited investors

The Securities and Exchange Commission considers accredited investors competent enough to invest in private securities offerings.

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The Investment Risk Ladder

The investing risk ladder explains risk and return. The ladder has five or six rungs, each with a varying risk and return.

The bottom rungs indicate low-risk, low-return investments like savings accounts and CDs. As investors progress, investments grow riskier but potentially more lucrative. Bonds, equities, and real estate may be higher-level investments.

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