The table shades asset classes by riskiness (the darker shade of colour the more risky), by liquidity (the more illiquid, the darker the border) and has a riskiness number.
It is a useful guide for lawyers of the asset classes that may be of interest once this bull market cycle turns. Often, towards the end of the cycle, investors lean into more illiquid and riskier assets as they chase returns. This time seems to be no different.
Crypto-currencies, meme stocks, structured products and risky tranches of private equity deals are all listed. Where, we wonder, do lucrative investments in crypto-kitties go? Crypto currencies or art, or perhaps under junk?
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