Another hilarious limerick from Dr. Goose:

Message from the Fed

“To counter employment fragility,
We promote cheaper funding ability,
But investors who yearn
For a decent return
Must accept more default probability.”


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Category: Federal Reserve, Humor

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2 Responses to “Message from the Fed in Rhyme”

  1. theexpertisin says:

    Leave it to retirees and the saving class to quietly accept the continued screwing by the Federal Reserve, as usual, genuflecting to the sitting President. We are too polite.

    Then again, maybe we’re too busy dumpster diving for yield to raise hell.

  2. ZenRazor says:

    I read this post while taking a break from working on an investor presentation. I’ve now Samsunged your line “dumpster diving for yield” in my commentary on the high-yield market. Thank you (i.e., please don’t Apple me).