Volatility: Friend or Foe?

Jun 9 2010 | 1:02pm ET

By Michael D. Billy, Econophy Capital Advisors -- In order to preserve capital and profit from the turbulence generated by the global debt crisis, the application for succeeding has dramatically changed. Devaluing a currency is an accepted method to countering a country’s debt. The task is daunting under normal economic conditions and the consequences uncertain. But when a myriad of causational factors are wreaking havoc within global markets, how do you adjust your FX or any asset class risk management control(s) to ensure against losses?

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