Monthly Archives: October 2016

Data Dependency

The world of finance is focused on the Fed, and it has a lot to do with “notional” risk value. A lot of risk value, is held in reserve, having a well-defined nominal value. This quantity is the “easing” that … Continue reading

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Concentration Without Consolidation

HRC says that too much economic power has been concentrated into corporations. She used the term “concentration” because the TBTF corporate body does not want to admit that consolidation of industry and markets is really a bad thing. We just … Continue reading

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We May Not Know What the Risk Really Is, but We Probably Have a Notion

In the realm of finance there is what is known as notional risk value. Financiers may not know what the risk really is, exactly, but they have a notion. To assign the probability a nominal value (knowing enough about what … Continue reading

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