Good risk versus bad risk
We believe the story depends on how well you deal with negative risks that should be avoided together with positive risks that shouldn’t be. Everyone has a unique tolerance for risk. We want you to understand as well as have financial tools and techniques to manage both types of risk.
Risk will show up in the broad subjects of: transfer of property, casualty, and life risk to an insurance company; risk associated with funds reserved for things to accomplish (float); and risk of project (operating) and market based (financial) investments. The keys of the principle are to protect, reserve, and invest.
Opportunity cost is the opportunity lost by doing one thing versus another, better thing. How does one employ this? Seek to avoid and minimize opportunity-cost losses occurring unknowingly and unnecessarily, only then orienting the principle toward risky projects.
Our job is to validate that any risk encountered in your principle is understood and controlled by you. We are there to guide you and watch over you.
You will learn your principle and then use it in every decision. Our main goal is to help you design your principle so your money grows efficiently and you have access to more capital when you want it.