Low Liquidity, High Volatility

The CEO of Chase Bank says he does not know why there is low liquidity with high volatility, but he says we can expect it for a long time.

Making a definite prediction means he really does know why, but in keeping with the exculpatory argument, that the people at the top do not really control the actual outcome of the risk proportion, he maintains that markets determine it. This is an interpretation of market transaction, inferring an attributive value that intends to value the risk proportion (the TBTF dimension) with an exculpatory ontologic. This is what Senator Sanders is referring to when he says that fraud is not a legitimate business model–and he knows what he is talking about!

Mrs. Clinton and Barney Frank (a principle in the useful design of Dodd-Frank, essentially allowing financials to remain detrimentally consolidated) say there is no measure for what TBTF really is. So Mrs. Clinton, for example, says she will not deconsolidate TBTF financials until we have conclusive proof.

No thanks!

Low liquidity with high volatility technically means the risk is too consolidated.

Vote for Bernie Sanders!

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