Is it just me, or are all entrepreneurs taking insanely stupid risks everytime they start a business? Here's what I mean-- in trading, you're taught never to risk more than 2% of your total capital on any one trade. Well, don't most entrepreneurs risk 100+% of their total capital everytime they start a business? The usually risk all of their capital and then some borrowed money. So, save venture capitalists and multi-millionaires who risk a small % on each business, are small entrepreneurs who risk it all taking stupid risks? And if the 2% rule can be applied to starting businesses, are big fish, who can spread their entrepreneurial bets, the only ones who should be starting businesses?