Volatility Has Collapsed Across Assets. One Bank Asks “Now What”?

Volatility Has Collapsed Across Assets. One Bank Asks “Now What”?

Volatility has become the market's perpetual topic du jour (does it make sense to use "perpetual" and "du jour" in the same sentence? Not sure on that). Suppressed vol has become ubiquitous. And the amusing thing about ubiquity is that it has a way of making everyone think they're entitled to have an opinion on whatever it is that's ubiquitous. That's certainly the case with volatility - these days, everyone who's bought themselves some VXX or XIV lately thinks they're Rocky Fishman. That'
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3 thoughts on “Volatility Has Collapsed Across Assets. One Bank Asks “Now What”?

  1. H are you going to get out there in the cross hairs and really try to save our country?
    Or stand on the side lines jumping up and down cussing the referees?

  2. If you truly have done as well as you have claimed in your life then as our past president said in one of his speeches,you did not do this alone ! You created your wealth off of the backs of the working class! So it really is your duty to give back !
    It’s you’re duty as a American
    The only real problem I can see in this scenario you my not be as cute as Liz

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