Fundamental is not a type of risk. Fundamental typically refers to a basic or essential aspect of something, rather than a type of risk.
A. Speculative risk: This is a type of risk where there is a chance of loss, but also a chance of gain. For example, investing in the stock market or starting a new business.
C. Dynamic risk: This type of risk arises due to changes in the external environment, such as changes in the economy, technological advancements, or shifts in consumer preferences.
D. Quantitative risk: This type of risk can be measured and analyzed using numerical data, such as probabilities or statistical models. Examples include financial risks or risks associated with engineering or construction projects.