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Simon Johnson: Enormous Risk on Economic Horizon

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 25th, 2012 7:56 AM |

What is my risk?

In the throes of evaluating any and all proposals or investment opportunities,  I always want to understand where the risks lie and just how great those risks may be. From there, I try to evaluate if the projected return on invested capital is attractive relative to the risks undertaken.

What are the risks investors face? Interest rate risk, credit (i.e default) risk, volatility risk, structure risk, counterparty credit risk, prepayment risk, general market risk, liquidity risk, extension risk, transparency risk, political risk, and currency risk. Well, if that were not enough to consider, there is another very real risk lurking on our economic horizon.  What might that be?  (more…)






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