One remarkable feature of the 2008 financial crisis is that the vast majority of risk experts were caught largely unaware of the extreme fragility of our financial system. Most analysts remained bullish about the housing market in the months leading up to the crisis, and even among those who saw the potential for a slew of foreclosures, very few recognized that mortgage defaults could destabilize the global financial system.

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