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What Is The Probability Of ‘Something Bad’ Happening? Of Geopolitics And Policy Gamblers

Fault lines, 90th percentile risks and the probability of stepping on a land mine.

Fault lines, 90th percentile risks and the probability of stepping on a land mine.
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2 comments on “What Is The Probability Of ‘Something Bad’ Happening? Of Geopolitics And Policy Gamblers

  1. H

    Thanks for this look at the Barclays report. The excerpts were very enlightening. The final probability table shows just how powerful combinatorics can be. Couple that with the concluding photo gallery, especially the last one which came with an unspoken question that was popular in Nixon’s time: “Would you buy a used car from either of these guys?”

  2. Slade Grenville

    It isn’t masses vs ‘globalization’ it is the have-nots being systematically screwed by export and implentation of Wall Street Finance to the world. Just read and listen to maintstream financial rags like WSJ and Bloomberg on any given day: anything that is good for workers and the economy results in tantrums and malaise on Wall Street. Wall Street thrives on the worker economy going to hell. 90% of stocks are in the hands of the 1%. This financial market narrative is pure fantasy – making Dennison’s story spinning psychosis pure sanity by comparison.

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