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Tipping points of volatility: The case for climate-Sharpe ratios
Last updated on April 7, 2022 nkyuzon Controlled Environment Foods, Equilibrium
Investors today are grossly overlooking one critical category of volatility: climate change.
When investors seek targeted risk budgets and returns by diversifying portfolios — spreading out risk across different asset/risk classes, geographies, and industries — they ignore the fact that climate change threatens all these variables and our understanding of risk at large.
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