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Barron’s online edition ran with Monday’s Free Lunch: Myths of the Greenspan Era. Once again, the crew there came up with a better title than I:  Cutting Through the Bull About Alan .

Excerpt:

"FEDERAL RESERVE CHAIRMAN GREENSPAN’S imminent retirement has become the largest lovefest since Woodstock. Alas, we cannot avoid adding to the chatter. Besides, how many Fed chairs will retire in our lifetimes? Perhaps we can act as a counterballast to all the accolades and bon mots. Now would be as good a time as any to discuss some of the myths and misunderstandings of the Alan Greenspan era . . ."

 

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Source:
Cutting Through the Bull About Alan
INVESTORS’ SOAPBOX PM  |   
Barron’s, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2006 3:06 p.m. EST   
http://online.barrons.com/article/SB113881063642762240.html

Category: Federal Reserve, Media

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4 Responses to “Barrons picks up “Myths of the Greenspan Era””

  1. Greenspan’s farewell: One more rate increase

    As expected, the Federal Reserve boosted interest rates again Tuesday, Chairman Alan Greenspan’s las

  2. calmo says:

    Once again, the crew there came up with a better title than I: Cutting Through the Bull About Alan .
    There’s was cute –yours was better.

  3. seamus says:

    “Besides, how many Fed chairs will retire in our lifetimes?”

    Is the Fed chair like the Pope of the US financial system?

  4. fred says:

    check out my comment I posted in wrong place excuse please