Settling into the New Normal: The Reality of Volatility Shock

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Real VisionJanuary 14, 2022
Have markets reached a collective volatility shock? Reflecting on the past two years since the March 2020 crash, Ben Savage of Clocktower Technology Ventures and Michael Green of Simplify Asset Management discuss the current landscape of risk. The pair analyze the change in the distribution of risk function in society and how the implications of the middle-ground safe bets become increasingly less attractive, leading to a shift in risk tolerance. Exploring phenomena like the Great Resignation, Savage and Green pose that gone are the golden days of passive management as more are willing to roll the dice for a chance at larger gains. Recorded on January 6, 2022.
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