• 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

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    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, JPMorgan Asset Management's head of global multi-asset strategy, said this week.
    Generally speaking, stocks return more per unit of risk than bonds, but that is no longer the case.
    A tool used by financial market investors to evaluate the return of an asset compared to their level of risk...
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