The first time you set foot on an investor forum, you’ll hear the term “risk taking.”

But what exactly is it?

Here’s what it means: “Risk taking” is the act of making a bet that the outcome of a bet could affect your own stock portfolio or your money, but which you don’t have control over.

For example, if you buy an investment fund, you could be making a risky bet that it will generate higher returns than the fund’s current portfolio.

Or you could make a risk-free bet that a company’s share price will go up in the future.

Investors who make these kinds of bets often earn “rewards,” as they call them.

Some stocks, like tech stocks, have earned higher than expected returns, while others have not.

Some investors make “risk free bets” as well.

Investors take these “risk-free” bets when they’re uncertain about the value of a particular stock, or if they’re betting on a company that’s been in the news for a while.

And there are a number of other ways to make bets: You can bet against the stock’s underlying value.

If you’re short an investment, you can buy a short position in the stock and make a profit.

Or, you might make a large bet on a particular industry, like the stock market.

A recent study by the University of Michigan’s Levin College of Business found that investors making a large-scale bet on the stock price of a company over a period of time earn more than their small-scale bets do.

(Related: What you need to know about shorting.)

You can also take out a big bet on an industry by buying stocks in that industry at a low price.

Investors may make this kind of bet, for example, on the value or popularity of an online video game, if the game’s popularity is rising or if an online retailer is doing well.

And, you may bet on stocks in an industry that’s not doing well by investing in the company’s stock price and taking a big loss.

In some cases, these are just two of the ways you can make a “risk” in the stocks you own.

You can even make risky bets on stocks that have been undervalued for years, or that haven’t been growing as fast as they should.

This is called “exposure.”

You can make risk-taking bets by buying a stock at a discount to its market value, which means that the stock is not currently trading at a profit or losing money, and you don,t know if it will do so.

If stocks are trading at loss, investors could take a large loss and have to make another “risk safe” bet.

For more, read “What to watch for when making a risk free bet.”

But most of the time, investors make a long-term bet on one of the big stock categories: stocks that are growing rapidly, are in the midst of an explosive rebound, or are in some other sector where the share price is growing rapidly.

So what exactly are these stocks?

For starters, some are highly risky, because the stock may not be growing as quickly as you’d like it to.

For other stocks, growth is slowing, for instance.

And some stocks are in a particular sector or sector that may be overvalued.

To make a more sophisticated stock bet, you’d want to be aware of which stocks are currently performing at a higher or lower growth rate than expected.

And you’ll want to look at the companies that have performed better or worse than expected in recent years.

If a stock is at the bottom of the list of the largest stocks in a sector or industry, it could be time to cut your losses.

(See: The 5 stocks you need in your portfolio to win the stock-market war.)

If a company is at or near the top of the market, it’s time to invest in it.

For instance, if your favorite stock is an online shopping service, you should probably consider buying shares of that company.

You’ll get an even bigger return if you’re investing in companies that are expanding their online presence or are taking a more aggressive stance in the battle against online piracy.

And if a company has performed well over the past year, you want to consider buying it.

(Read more about investing in tech stocks.)

When making a “long-term” stock bet on stock prices, you’re betting that the company will grow faster than it has in the past.

For many years, stocks that grew faster than expected during the past decade were considered “safe” stocks, because their price was rising.

But, over the last decade, some of these stocks have been trading at losses.

So you should also be cautious in buying stocks that haven “expanded” over the year.

In addition, you need some knowledge of the underlying stock, and whether it’s a high-growth stock or a low-growth one.

These two types of stocks have a lot in common.