risk-free


risk-free
/ˌrɪsk 'fri:/ adjective
with no risk involved
a risk-free investment
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‘…there is no risk-free way of taking regular income from your money higher than the rate of inflation and still preserving its value’ [Guardian]
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‘…many small investors have also preferred to put their spare cash with risk-free investments such as building societies rather than take chances on the stock market. The returns on a host of risk-free investments have been well into double figures’ [Money Observer]

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