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I don't disagree

Taught by Lecturer Rapscallion | Permalink | Tagged as agree, agree to disagree, conversation, noncommittment, | Comments »

A noncommittal way of saying that you, in fact, agree.

As in...
Brian: Some zero-beta securities are risk-free, such as treasury bonds and cash. However, simply because a beta is zero does NOT mean that it is risk free. A beta can be zero simply because the correlation between that item and the market is zero. An example would be betting on horse racing. The correlation with the market will be zero, but it is certainly not a risk free endeavor.

Jimmy: I don't disagree.

Actually, this definition sucks. Let me add my own. You can also share "I don't disagree" with a friend or share it on Twitter.


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