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The “Inevitable” Return Of Volatility: One Pro Explains The Ticking Vol Time Bomb

"Stewards of capital should be actively considering the potential knock-on effects that result from contractual deleveraging triggered by the inevitable volatility spike."

"Stewards of capital should be actively considering the potential knock-on effects that result from contractual deleveraging triggered by the inevitable volatility spike."
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2 comments on “The “Inevitable” Return Of Volatility: One Pro Explains The Ticking Vol Time Bomb

  1. David Marilley

    Would the ultimste taper be a gradual morphing ot THE FED to zero activity, unannounced, but slowly insinuated. Modern finance and derivatives may obviate any role for the FED especially if we are seeing something that in conjunction with modern markets really is very toxic to every important function of an economy.

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