Reinvestment Risk General Q

So what makes more reinvestment risk? Longer Term, Higher Coupons, More payments, i.e. quarterly as opposed to semiannually. Just trying to get a list going in my head.

yea…more reinvestment risk comes with a longer maturity, higher coupon rates(as opposed to lower coupon rates fr interest rate risk), and more freq payments like in MBS or ABS…and if i remember correctly, strips have no reinvestment and credit risk, also, fo callable bonds, reinvestment risk is highest and int rate risk(price volatility) is lowest at lower interest rates and this reverses at higher interest rates…

remember: 0 coupon bonds have 0 reinvestment risk BUT have the highest interest rate risk, compared to a similar maturity coupon paying bond.