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Don’t forget about those black swans

Matt Yglesias is back from his honeymoon, and better than ever.  But I’m not completely sold on this argument: Here’s a fun Intrade price anomaly that showed up this morning. The markets indicate that there’s more than a 3 percent chance that neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney will win the presidential election. That’s [...]
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