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- adj. Not systematic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not systematic; not founded upon or in accord with a system; not having a defined system or plan; lacking regular order, distribution, or arrangement.
- Synonyms See irregular.
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- adj. lacking systematic arrangement or method or organization
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Sharpe's proof depends upon the assumption that all investors effectively free themselves of "unsystematic" risk by diversification and receive a risk premium only for the remaining "systematic risk" (he argued that rational investors in a perfect market would arbitrage away any premium gained in return for avoidable risks).
DSM 5 literature reviews are remarkably variable in quality; often one sided, incomplete, and unsystematic; and sometimes giving undue weight to unpublished papers or papers authored by DSM 5 work-group members.
Christians might take offence at the selective and unsystematic consideration of one of their holiest festivals.
They make mistakes because they see the world from a narrow, limited perspective, and they have inadequate, unsystematic information.
"If people were to start making those unsystematic, stock-specific bets, then correlation would start to fall," Mr. Knapp says.
Besides, every action is based in some sort of belief, even if that belief is primal ( "I believe I'm hungry, so I'm killing a fatted calf for dinner!"), subconscious, unsystematic, ill-considered, or irrational.
"W," "Though it appears in a publication for academics, this is not a scholarly argument," as I do: ...not attempt to quantify in any systematic or even unsystematic way the combined effect of Scaife, Murdoch, Coors, and Koch money on public opinion.
Even allowing for the loss of some of his research materials, he appears not to have been systematic in selecting repositories or collections of probate records for examination and his recording methods were at best primitive and altogether unsystematic.
But monks have in fact been engaged for a long time, just in an unsystematic way.
Therefore, the only way you can mitigate the impact of unsystematic risk, is by developing a broadly diversified portfolio.