My previous post on opacity in finance attracted a lot of discussion, both in an excellent comment thread and throughout the blogosphere. Thanks. As usual, your comments put my drivel to shame.
I thought I’d follow up (very belatedly, i’m sorry!) with some remarks on opacity in finance. This will be long and very poorly organized, [...]
by Robert Waldmann I think this is the best post I have read so far on the topic by Kathleen Geier. Just go read it before reading my comment below. Of course I have my usual comments: Thank you Kathleen Geier for your excellent pos... Read Post
To try out photo comments now, you can post to Facebooker Bob Baldwin's thread or just wait for the public rollout. Read Post
I’ve been getting a lot of concerned feedback from people I respect on my claim that status quo finance requires opacity and some degree of trickery in order to function. (See previous posts.) If prosperity is connected to “opaque, ... Read Post