A Question of Liquidity September 28, 2015 9:00am by Barry Ritholtz Source: WSJ Spread the wealth. twitter facebook linkedin What's been said: Discussions found on the web: 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 … Futuredome commented on Sep 28 That isn’t a whole lot of “liquidity” issues. Nice try, think again. Read this next.April 4, 2014 NFP Day? Try Doing NothingMarch 9, 2012 How To Create Financial ContentMarch 3, 2010 Predatory Lending on CNBC Posted Under Bonds/Interest Rates Mutual Funds Previous Post 10 Monday AM Reads Next Post What Happens If We Redistribute Bill Gates Wealth to the Poor?