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‘It’s Akin To The Exit Door Getting Smaller As More People Try To Run Out’: A Simple Explainer On Volatility-Liquidity Reflexivity

"...if this is indeed the case, the reflexivity in markets ratchets up by multiple orders."

"...if this is indeed the case, the reflexivity in markets ratchets up by multiple orders."
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2 comments on “‘It’s Akin To The Exit Door Getting Smaller As More People Try To Run Out’: A Simple Explainer On Volatility-Liquidity Reflexivity

  1. Anonymous

    “Given liquidity, it is plausible that just short covering, buybacks, dealers’ gamma hedging, and some limited re-leveraging drove the entire recovery”, JPMorgan’s Marko Kolanovic wrote on March 21.”

    If this is even half true, than it is only a matter of when not if the next 5% down day in the markets will occur and how quickly the December lows will be taken out with conviction.

  2. Anonymous

    The real danger is the impact on the real economy and therefore real revenue, earnings and cash flow that underpins the margin of safety that allows real investors to step in. The real reflexivity.

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