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Monthly Archives: June 2012
I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for reading the blog. It has been a fascinating year and it remains a remarkable time at which to be blogging about derivatives and related matters. In a million years I … Continue reading
Another uninformed jack-ss enlightens us with his (ridiculous) views as to “Why it’s time to outlaw credit default swaps”
Stephen Gandel (a Senior Editor at Fortune) is the latest jackass to call for outlawing credit default swaps. His rationale for taking this headline-friendly yet intellectually flawed view is that there are problems with the CDS market. He brilliantly suggests, “The … Continue reading
In a recent guest blog post on CNBC, CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton described the global financial markets by reference to a bowl of cereal….yes folks, a bowl of cheerios! His post, entitled, “The Cheerios Effect“, is remarkable not because it … Continue reading