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The Fed’s Legacy: Asset Bubbles and Lost Confidence

For most experts, failure is a learning experience that leads to a search for new methods. That’s not true for central bankers. When their policies fail, they try more of the same in the vain hope that quantity will make up for the lack of quality in their ideas. The post The Fed’s Legacy: Asset Bubbles and Lost Confidence was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner.
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