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Alan Greenspan has a new gig

Alan Greenspan, the former five-term chairman of the Federal Reserve, has joined investment management firm Advisors Capital Management as economic adviser. Greenspan will provide economic and market valuation analysis to "support the firm's top-down investment approach to selecting sectors in the economy for investment," according to a press release. "I am very excited to resume working with one of the towering members of the economics profession," Charles Lieberman, ACM's cofounder and chief investment officer, who is a former Wall& Street and Federal Reserve economist, said in the release.
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