An indifference curves depicting a slightly risk averse investors trade-off between expected return on investment and risk would havee

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    a much flatter slope than that of a more risk averse investor due to the investor needing only a small increase in the expected return in exchange for a higher standard deviation of return.
     a much steeper slope than that of a more risk averse investor due to the investor needing only a small increase in the expected return in exchange for a higher standard deviation of return.
     a much flatter slope than that of a more risk averse investor due to the investor needing a large increase in the expected return in exchange for a higher standard deviation of return.
     a much steeper slope than that of a more risk averse investor due to the investor needing a large increase in the expected return in exchange for a higher standard deviation of return.
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a much flatter slope than that of a more risk averse investor due to the investor needing only a small increase in the expected return in exchange for a higher standard deviation of return.
answered Jun 3, 2013 by Xyz ~Expert~ (3,650 points)

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