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Black Swan Events are defined as surprises that have a major impact and are typically rationalized by hindsight, as if it could have been expected. In finance, examples of Black Swan events include the stock market crash of 1987, as well as Standard & Poor’s Corp.’s downgrade of the US Government Credit Rating this past… [Read More]
What do traders need to do in terms of risk management in order to deal with this new risk? This is the topic of the second half of our conversation with Steve Temes, founder and managing director of Lincoln Capital.
In this first part of our conversation with Steve Temes, we talk about trading and hedging with stocks, options and ETFs, and discussing the factors that he uses to determine when one vehicle is preferable to another.