# personal finance

Brenda has received a \$10,000 gift from her mother and is trying to decide how to invest it.She thinks she would like to invest it in stocks because she knows that stocks have been earning about 10%rate of interest over the last several years.What aspect of investing is Brenda most concerned about?
a)risk
b)return
c)diversification
d)liquidity

1. Does this definition fit the question?

posted by Ms. Sue
2. B - Return

posted by Jenny

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