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A closely watched measure of market risk has reversed course for the first time since the financial crisis — and it's created a massive opportunity for investors

Business Insider Friday, 9 November 2018 ()
A closely watched measure of market risk has reversed course for the first time since the financial crisis — and it's created a massive opportunity for investors**

· *A key measure of risk-reward in financial markets has done something not seen since the financial crisis.*
· *Sharpe ratios, which track the return of an asset compared to their level of risk, favour US bonds for the first time in a decade. *
· *"For those James Bond fans among you, bonds are back," John Bilton,...
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