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Sliced, Diced, and Bundled

Derivatives dominate the realm of banking and have become more complex, deriving the method yield. ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds), for example, have emerged as a way to diversify. This is fractional banking, using derivatives to hedge the fully assumed risk … Continue reading

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The Price Signal

The Fed says it is now reviewing its inflation forecast. Being data driven, and thus reacting to whatever the open market serves up, the Fed’s statement of probability has a causal identity, nevertheless. Price signaling is supposed to be illegal … Continue reading

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