Monthly Archives: May 2014

Structural Identity

The future is the latitude to make choices. Having a choice means the future is plural. The column of vertical, alpha risk moves horizontally to occupy space over time. Self-determination is then the object of delivering reward to the future … Continue reading

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Avoiding Negative Yield

A free and unconsolidated marketplace tends to spread the risk into vertical space. Organic growth is what derives over time, resulting in a positive yield, occupying horizontal space. Consolidation of the vertical space “forces” the risk to occupy horizontal space. … Continue reading

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Naked in the Marketplace

The Positive Value of Negative Yield Geithner says the negative yield “was” worse than the Great Depression but since regulators reacted in the interest of the people at large (the interest of common divisibility) we did not go into a … Continue reading

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Dressing Up the Naked Capitalist

To argue the “big risk” as a natural identity it is necessary to dress it up, giving it a counter-identity, for example. When Geithner reminds us the Great Recession could have been worse, it is an example of regulatory arbitrage. … Continue reading

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What to Wear

Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush. Media analysts spend a lot of time dressing up the probable candidates to detail the difference. Take away the partisan appearance, the combined effect makes little difference. Is there really a choice or, over time, … Continue reading

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Negative Method Yield

Naked Capitalism Negative yield is reactionary. When, for example, in the late 19th Century, economies of scale were built out to provide goods cheap enough the masses could afford, the “naked capitalist” was, in his mind, creating order from free-market … Continue reading

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Existing in All the Futures

Identifying the Gamma Risk Consider the current situation in Thailand. According to military officials there, the coup occurred to restore peace and security. Populist sentiment re-established elite identity. The old regime is being destroyed by creating a new regime. The … Continue reading

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