Examples of Tail risk in a sentence
Tail risk protection was actually discussed in Living with Mortality in Section 6.4 entitled ‘Geared Longevity Bonds and Longevity Spreads’, which we reproduce here.
Tail risk hedging refers to hedging against extreme adverse market moves and was championed by Taleb (2007), who claims that such events are far more frequent than market participants generally believe.
Tail risk insurance became extremely popular in the aftermath of the large equity market declines associated with the financial panic that began in 2008.
Tail risk describes, as an example, the form of market risk that arises if the possibility that a portfolio of assets will deviate more than three standard deviations from the mean is greater than that which corresponds to a normal distribution.
Tail risk" means a risk for which the frequency of low-probability events is higher than expected under a normal probability distribution or the risk of events of very significant magnitude.[PL 2013, c.