Which of risk seeking, risk averse and risk neutral is an optimal approach?

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Which of risk seeking, risk averse and risk neutral is an optimal approach?

Is it risk averse?

Any help given would be much appreciated.
Many thanks
Jackie
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Hi there

Which of risk seeking, risk averse and risk neutral is an optimal approach?

Is it risk averse?

Any help given would be much appreciated.
Many thanks
Jackie
Truth be told, I don't know but I'd say risk neutral because if you're risk seeking you'll always bite off more than you can chew; but if you're risk averse you won't make great software.

Although I'd confirm it with someone like Async
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What is the context for that question ? Optimal approach for what ?
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