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Economic growth may one day turn out to be a curse rather than a good, and under no conditions can it either lead into freedom or constitute proof for its existence – Hannah Arendt…
Tail risk hedging seems to be a popular topic at the moment, why?
Markets are at highs, but plenty of risks remain. While equity markets have rallied considerably in recent years – The equity market (as measured by the MSCI World Index) is up over 30% since Mario Draghi proclaimed the ECB had “removed tail risk for Europe” in September 2012 – with only short periods of losses (relative to history) and low levels of volatility, there are plenty of macro risks out there that could threaten stability. 837 more words
We have always propounded equities as the asset class to be in over a long period of time. Equities provide you instant liquidity and tracking abilities. 609 more words