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  1. Fed Policy Goes Back To The Future

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    Mon, 14 Apr 2014

    change from the path taken by the prior Fed chair, Ben Bernanke, and a return to a more familiar style reminiscent of Alan Greenspan and, perhaps, Paul Volcker. Indeed, the bond market already appears to be recalibrating to the remodeled FOMC

  2. Picks and Strategies to Navigate Today's Market

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    Mon, 7 Apr 2014

    I would worry too if it felt like 1999, or maybe 1996. But of course, that's when the irrational exuberance, Alan Greenspan 's comment, occurred. Speaking of 1996, the Shiller ratio was about at this level in 1995-1996, and we had

    Alan Greenspan found at 4:43

    1999, or maybe 1996. But of course, that's when the irrational exuberance, Alan Greenspan's comment, occurred. Speaking of 1996, the Shiller ratio was about at this level in 1995-1996, and we had a nice run from
  3. Williams: Rate hikes should start in 2015 H2

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    Thu, 3 Apr 2014

    the Fed Funds rate's first digit just being a "2" at the end of 2016. His comments suggest something along the line of Greenspan 's series of 25 basis point hikes to end the massive accommodation he put in place following the crash of the Internet bubble

  4. Plant a Tree Today, Sit in the Shade Tomorrow

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    Thu, 27 Mar 2014

    about what that world will look like from the last tightening cycle. When the Fed, under the stewardship of Dr. Alan Greenspan , last began to raise interest rates in 2004, they borrowed a leaf from the Bundesbank’s book of monetary policy

  5. The Modern View of the Stock Market

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    Thu, 27 Mar 2014

    the manager could remain solvent. The same phenomenon occurred a quarter-century later, only writ even larger. Alan Greenspan famously accused stock prices of perhaps being irrationally exuberant in 1996. After a brief hiccup caused by the

  6. 1994, Rising Interest Rates, And Your Approach To The Markets

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    Fri, 21 Mar 2014

    portfolios and raise borrowing costs across the economy. There were more than a few references this week to 1994, when Alan Greenspan 's Fed raised short-term rates after a long hiatus, bond markets around the world tanked and Orange County, Complete

  7. From Barron’s, March 17, 2014 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 15 Mar 2014

    investors to take more and more risk and to have faith in Greenspan -Bernanke-Yellen-put . The next crisis will be unlike ..... will be overleveraged governments in developed countries. Greenspan ’s housing bubble was a 3.5*SD event for housing. Bonds

  8. Is It Time for the Fed to ‘Level’ With Markets?

    Headlines

    Tue, 25 Feb 2014

    design (and probably both!), the Fed achieved longer-term price stability on average over the last 14 years of Alan Greenspan ’s tenure as Fed chair and the first six years of Bernanke’s. As we know from two speeches she delivered in 2012

  9. Grantham: Where We Are With Commodities, and Where We’re Going

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    Thu, 6 Feb 2014

    read. We could really do this with a little exercise in good judgment and sensible regulations. Carefree deregulation à la Greenspan et al. helped make the financial meltdown interesting. But this issue is much more important: planetary meltdown. Exhibit 1 is my favorite example of circumstantial evidence

  10. A Shaky Start for Stocks: ‘No Bull Market Moves in a Straight Line’

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    Tue, 4 Feb 2014

    and it’s not going to violate that inflation target by any significant amount. She is only — just like Bernanke, and Greenspan before him — one vote of 12 on the open market committee. And there’s no veto power. Certainly, [the chairman] holds sway — their argument and their position

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