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The Acquittal Of Fear: How The Financial Crisis Changed Our Perception Of Reality

"Fear has been elevated to a new heuristic."

"Fear has been elevated to a new heuristic."
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5 comments on “The Acquittal Of Fear: How The Financial Crisis Changed Our Perception Of Reality

  1. Imagine the value destruction an ethno-fascist administration would have on risk assets if the “gradual collapse of market volatility” dynamic wasn’t in effect.

  2. Peter O'Hardon

    It is as it has always been. Perception is reality and for many the reality is Schadenfreude., albeit mixed with a heavy dose of masochism.

  3. Low risk tolerance??? Are you fukin kidding me? The search for yield and surge in LL riddles that statement absurd.

  4. IMHO, a re:read of Kipling’s “If” would be pertinent now (and pre- and post-crisis)

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