Types of business Risk,
Market risk is the possibility of an investor experiencing losses due to factors that affect the overall performance of the financial markets in which he or she is involved. Market risk, also called "systematic risk,"
Budget risk is the potential for the estimates or assumptions built into a budget to turn out to be inaccurate. All budgets are based on future looking forecasts that typically involve some degree of uncertainty
Strategic risk is the risk that failed business decisions may pose to a company. Strategic risk is often a major factor in determining a company's worth, particularly observable if the company experiences a sharp decline in a short period of time.
Sales risk refers to the uncertainty relating to the price and quantity of goods that are available for sale to consumers. Usually, sales risk may result in sales failures, and it can significantly affect the reported financial performance.
Management risk is the risk—financial, ethical, or otherwise—associated with ineffective, destructive, or underperforming management.