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As quoted in Martin Mayer's The Fed: "the compensation for greater risk is only apparently a greater return: it has to be multiplied by a probability coefficient, whereby its real value is again reduced -- and indeed exactly by the amount of the surplus. Anyone who simply consumes this surplus will atone for it in the course of events."jkm929
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