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Posts Tagged ‘Systemic Risk’

At Record Valuations - The Market is Now Too Big To Fail

When large concentration of total asset value is dependent on the market, it becomes necessary to maintain the market at all costs. The market has become too systemically important to allow it to fail. And that means policymakers have changed the function of the market. Today, the market is being used as a (false) portrayal of the underlying economy.

Hold “Physical Cash, Gold and Silver” To Protect Against Systemic Risk – Fidelity

Ian Spreadbury, who oversees the investment of over £4 billion of clients’ money in bond markets for Fidelity, said, “Systemic risk is in the system and as an investor you have to be aware of that.” To deal with these risks Spreadbury advocates a well-diversified portfolio. Cash should be spread out in different banks & that investors hold gold and silver.

Fed Finds TBTF Banks Increase Systemic Risk, Have A Funding Advantage

TBTF Banks can borrow more cheaply in bond markets than smaller rivals (an average 0.31% less on A-rated debt than their smaller peers), in part because of investor perceptions that they are too big to fail. This insensitivity of financing costs to risk encourages too-big-to-fail banks to take on greater risk.

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