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Quant Qrash Slams Stocks, Batters Bonds

"probably nothing" A stunned universe of mainstream media dipbuyers were perplexed today as stocks AND bonds tanked. The reason is simple - what goes up (record levels of correlation between stocks and bonds driven by the idiocy of central banks)... Must come down (levered long risk-parity funds forced to liquidate/delever as their models explode). So stocks are sold, bonds are sold, and volatility is forced higher.
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