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high-volatility

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  • Last year he was a high-volatility Richard II at Bristol's Tobacco Factory.

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  • Still, extreme events are just as likely to happen in a low-volatility climate as in a high-volatility one, as Taleb points out in a postscript called, "On Robustness and Fragility."

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  • A weekly U.S. index compiled by Energy Publishing Inc. showed spot prices for so-called high-volatility metallurgical coal at the port in Hampton Roads, Va., a major coal-shipping center, jumped 22% in the last week to $241.67 a metric ton.

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  • "It's kind of like buying the stock for a discount due to the high-volatility environment."

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  • The report also said the primary exchanges 'market share has fallen sharply to about 75% over the last six months, but that the large incumbents are "still the first choice and this is all the more true ... in low-activity periods and high-volatility periods."

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  • Its investment offerings include aggressive, high-volatility, market-neutral hedge funds as well as more conventional products.

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  • "You can take in some of that huge premium the high-volatility environment commands and essentially get to keep the premium if the market stays in a tight range," says Paul Lieberman,

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  • Since Congress's approval rating is now extremely low, 2012 could be another high-volatility cycle.

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  • Last week, the company had said removing high-volatility capital-intensive commodity businesses will reduce the impact of cyclicality in Cytec's earnings.

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  • Astute readers will notice an opportunity here: Buy the low-volatility stocks that are selling at attractive prices while everyone else is buying the high-volatility stuff.

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