Thread:Talk:Minimum Risk Movement/What is risk?/reply (3)

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That makes sense, even if being aggressive sometimes gives you a little benefit, whenever you made a decision mistake because of unavoidable classification failures, the loss is great. So the line should be set far from danger, and even if one go beyond the line a little bit, it’s still fairly safe.  
 
That makes sense, even if being aggressive sometimes gives you a little benefit, whenever you made a decision mistake because of unavoidable classification failures, the loss is great. So the line should be set far from danger, and even if one go beyond the line a little bit, it’s still fairly safe.  
  
Although sometimes go beyond the lone a little gives a little gain, still being fearful is the price we pay for uncertainty, and actually helps us from being safe and successful overall.
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Although sometimes go beyond the line a little gives a little gain, still being fearful is the price we pay for uncertainty, and actually helps us from being safe and successful overall.

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That makes sense, even if being aggressive sometimes gives you a little benefit, whenever you made a decision mistake because of unavoidable classification failures, the loss is great. So the line should be set far from danger, and even if one go beyond the line a little bit, it’s still fairly safe.

Although sometimes go beyond the line a little gives a little gain, still being fearful is the price we pay for uncertainty, and actually helps us from being safe and successful overall.

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