Little did we know on this day in 1987 that a bad day in bedrock could last 30 years, and then some. But so it was to be with the Senate’s confirmation of one Alan Greenspan to chair the Federal Reserve Board. We can only hope this one man’s legacy has not exacted irreparable damage on our financial markets’ ability to fully function as uninhibited price discovery mechanisms.
Linked here is my latest Bloomberg View column, Greenspan’s Legacy Explains Current Conundrums, I’ve penned to commemorate this momentous day in our nation’s economy’s history.
Hopefully it won’t surprise you that I’ve continued to ruffle feathers about the Fed’s day to day business in the media, all in the hopes of making sure everyone is as Fed Up with the Fed as I am. Linked below is a smattering of my latest stops here and there.
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Wishing you well this weekend,