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3 Aug 2017 (AFR) – Investor complacency has an eerie ring to it – Previous bull runs demonstrate dangers of complacency

(3 August 2017, AFR, p21, by John Plender)

‘The CBOE Vix index of implied equity volatility – the so-called fear gauge – last week hit the lowest point since its inception. To many, this will seem altogether perverse in the light of a welter of uncertainties hanging over the market. These range from worries over the central banks’ ability to conduct a smooth exit from quantitative easing to Kim Jong Un’s threats to nuke the US. So the question has to be asked: are investors increasingly blind to risk? If they are…’

The VIX index of volatility is at its lowest level since its inception. Source: FT

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