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The proposed book will consists of a series of essays that provides fundamental investment insights and answers practical questions regarding the popular risk parity investment strategies. Risk parity refers to the investing approach that uses risk budgeting, or risk allocation, instead of capital allocation, to construct investment portfolios. The active process of using risk budgeting to build portfolios has a short history. Even though risk parity has been gaining some degree of acceptance by investment community and the quantitative process associated with risk budgeting has been understood mathematically, there are many practical questions facing investors and perplexing its critics.