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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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Winning the Argument

Hidden beneath winning the political argument is the economic argument. Hiding in the futures is the arbitrage argument. It is an arbitration (and an attribution) of probable risk, and because it is not readily visible, with intention, the results (the … Continue reading

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