risk taker

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He asserts, and he likes to use the example of Ted Turner's initial foray into television, that successful risk takers are actually risk adverse and that in reality they are "predators" who doggedly, obsessively engage in a "relentlessly rational pursuit of the sure thing.
Risk Taker takes a big step up in grade today against three useful rivals but he can make the necessary progress to register a popular victory.
Your score will tell you more about your risk-taking attitudes when you compare your responses with those of a risk taker.
Owned by Khalid Abdullah, Risk Taker was odds-on and had just two opponents when winning at Newmarket.
And despite the many ways to connect and communicate, face-to-face meetings are still the most valuable but cover holders and risk takers often are not in the same city, state or even country.
By defining the logic, the risk taker allows the distributor to more efficiently distribute the product, the customer sees reduced costs, and the reinsurer is provided a more predictable model.
The CEO is an intense risk taker who is not satisfied with the status quo.
It helps to be a risk taker and able to look at things in a new light, if you are going to enter the online arena, Henn said.
A group of forward-thinking insurance syndicates affiliated with Lloyd's of London, insurers with ideas for creative insurance products, vendors and brokers gathered in Baltimore this week for the Cover Holders and Risk Takers Exchange Constitutional Convention.
The Minister said the second campaign would target the Risk Takers who speed, drink drive, used their mobile phones and did not wear seatbelts.