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Matches, Kindling And Ships In Shallow Seas

"A lack of liquidity is akin to a ship trying to navigate seas without much water – accidents are likely in such an environment."

"A lack of liquidity is akin to a ship trying to navigate seas without much water – accidents are likely in such an environment."
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2 comments on “Matches, Kindling And Ships In Shallow Seas

  1. Well this is going to be fun. I like waves and not seeping floods

  2. Thanks H… The key words “market environment that is no longer Benign ” sums it all up. It was waiting for all the rhetoric to come together in consensus , or at least critical mass on the meaning of the word Benign that was the hard part.

    I out of frustration ,like a spider, built a Web in the corner of the ceiling and loaded it with Short positions with max leverage.. All be it the web was premature, but the flies came anyway. There generally is difficult consensus when you get excessive complexity and limited resources to unravel it all. H… you are the greatest even if I don’t understand everything you so eloquently write about…It is all a learning experience and we put the pieces together to suit ourselves…as you suggest frequently.Thanks

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