Gaurav Mashruwala, Certified Financial Planner in an exclusive conversation with BW Businessworld makes a distinction between transparent and non-transparent risks. Transparent risks are those that are known and in public domain. With such risks we can see the movement of the price. Whereas on the other hand where we do not know the amount of purchasing power of the investment and we don’t see the price movement it is called non- transparent risks. Taxes and inflation are the biggest examples of non-transparent risks. Keep following the series of Risk Effect to know how much you are losing due to non-transparent risks.