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‘The Biggest Risk Is A Quick SPX Selloff At The End Of The Day’: It’s Time For A ‘Doom Loop’ Update

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6 comments on “‘The Biggest Risk Is A Quick SPX Selloff At The End Of The Day’: It’s Time For A ‘Doom Loop’ Update

  1. “Sustained lower volatility enables traders and hedge funds to take more leverage for the same value-at-risk (VAR) score,” Utoslahti wrote, adding that “the longer markets stay calm, the more vulnerable they become to a sudden shock causing an outsized deleveraging event.” Precisely.

  2. Brian OShea

    The ViX went up in the last hour as the markets hits all time highs. This is very uncommon, something is about to happen and I think the VIX will soar sooner than later, that could only mean one thing, a market correction of 5% or more is finally going to occur!!

  3. ‘quantitative exuberance’ that poses risk when monetary policies start normalizing in a meaningful way next year.
    i assume you think the market pulls back in 2019. correct?
    would that be in the first 1/2 or the second?
    just curious.
    sb

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