In reply to @danheld
Great, then we agree you can hedge uncertainty at a cost. You can make the value of your portfolio more predictable, and keeping part of it in liquid assets (like money) is the simplest way to achieve that.
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Uh no, because over the long term (1-2 yrs depending on the IV/realized vol) you've effectively hedged nothing as your stored value is worth $0.

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In reply to @danheld
Stored Value is now Purchasing Power? How many definitions do you have for that? 😳
In reply to @danheld
It takes decades for an investment in liquid assets to lose half of its value. You don't hold in liquid assets the wealth you only expect to consume after 20 or 30 years, the same way you don't buy a car as a birthday present for your daughter.


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