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Not Captured

When the Fed accommodates the dirty deeds of TBTF banks, it appears there is regulatory capture. Not exactly, and the difference is a critical pattern of existence that determines the probability. First of all, if we say that the regulator … Continue reading

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Controlling for the Angst

To control is to measure, and to measure is to predict–determine. To control something is to measure existence with determination over time, which occupies space. Limiting space occupies the time in which to determine, limiting the probability of the occupation. … Continue reading

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Controlling for Volatility

Managing the Long-Wave Frequency of Risk Nature does not care if we know what the right thing to do is, or care to do it. When it comes to the human experience, much as the Objectivist describes it, nature is … Continue reading

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High-Speed Futures

Optioning the Risk at High Speed Risk associated with options and futures is arbitraged against a settlement date. As the date approaches (t-T) its value undergoes a euclidean-algorithmic reduction, being reduced to its real, present value (its current useful value) … Continue reading

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Calling the Margin

In order to magnify the profit at the margin it is necessary to magnify the risk. Big bankers call this, creating a “synthetic risk portfolio” (SRP). Synthetic risk products are then sold, priced (rated) to the probable risk of default … Continue reading

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