There once was a pension fund guy

from the New York Times:

At the root of this sudden rush of money into high-risk assets is the pressure that many institutions, from large pension funds and insurance companies to some hedge funds, are facing to find returns in a world of zero to negative interest rates.

 There once was a pension fund guy
who all sorts of strange things did buy;
Mongolian bonds
and zircons from blondes —
his clients received a black eye. 

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