Aug

23

I am re-reading something about Long Term Capital Management. The way they added leverage intrigues me. It says that without leverage their annual return on asset would be something like 2.5%, but by adding leverage, they got it to 46%. So, the borrowed money had to charge much lower than 2.5% interests. How could they always easily find that low cost loans in the 90's?


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