Guest Post by James Grundvig, American Media Periscope Banks don’t lend money. They purchase securities. When Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) suffered a short-lived run last Thursday, the feds had to step in and shut down the bank on Friday. With a 185:1 debt-to-asset ratio, with the three main executives dumping stocks weeks before in an…

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