Read your blog on the regular, and have a question I've been wanting your opinion on.
Why are smaller ships (e.g. Handysize) more resistant to both upside and downside risk than their larger cousins?
A simple viewing of charter rates of dry bulk vessels shows capesize are extremely variable where as the smaller you get the steadier the graph.
Would love your opinion.
Thanks in advance.
Ok - Ill leave this one open to readers. Anyone willing to agree and offer an opinion why this is the case?
The Virtual Shipbroker