From our discussion in this section, Security A has greater total risk, but it has substantially less systematic risk. Because total risk is the sum of systematic and unsystematic risk, Security A must have greater unsystematic risk. Finally, from the systematic risk principle, Security B will have a higher risk premium and a greater expected return, despite the fact that it has less total risk.

Ross et al.: Fundamentals I V. Risk and Return I 13. Return, Risk, and the I I © The McGraw-Hill of Corporate Finance, Sixth Security Market Line Companies, 2002

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