A Question of Liquidity

Source: WSJ

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  1. constantnormal commented on Sep 28

    … an interesting list, but when you look at the market capitalizations of these funds as one dimension and the assumed risk as the other (on a 2-D plot of assets vs risk), it seems to form a not-particularly-threatening distribution, with most of the invested money clustered in funds with a pretty low risk of excitement — that’s an eyeball-assessment only, you can enter the data and generate the plot to confirm/falsify the judgement of my eyes — but there’s little “scare factor” in such a plot, which is prolly why the WSJ neglected to provide it …

  2. Futuredome commented on Sep 28

    That isn’t a whole lot of “liquidity” issues. Nice try, think again.

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