Category: volatility

Disintegrated Thoughts: ECB Volatility, Business Building, Speculation, & Judo

Image source: pixabay   For this post, I’d like to offer a few “Disintegrated Thoughts” on some things I’ve been thinking about in the investment markets.  These include: The ECB and volatility deleveraging Business building and ignoring valuations Sticking up for “speculation” Notes from the judo mat A spontaneously “live” ECB meeting and volatility deleveraging..

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The Bursting Of The Volatility Bubble: Part 2

Image by Peter Selbach sourced from pixabay   The following is Part 2 in a two part series. Part 1 of this series discussed my view of what volatility is and how it impacts investing. Here in Part 2, I present my read of the current volatility landscape and examine what it might mean for..

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The Bursting Of The Volatility Bubble: Part 1

Image by Kira Hoffmann on pixabay   The following is Part 1 in a two part series. If there were a Word of the Year award in finance it most certainly would go to volatility.  It seems like nearly every article you read makes some reference to it.  Is volatility gone for good or is..

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