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Tag Archives: interest rates

Sorry Greenspan, but you own the housing bubble

Sure the Community Reinvestment Act (a totally crony law) had something to do with housing’s abrupt rise and fall in this country. And there were other factors besides Fed policy. But the primary reason why the global housing bubble, and before that the tech bubble, blew up and then collapsed is because of the easy money policies of one Alan Greenspan.

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A Case Against Janet Yellen For Fed Chairman

A case for Janet Yellen is that as the Fed’s current vice chair, she represents continuity. Based on her comments and past record, she would either continue Bernanke’s policy or even take them up a notch, creating even more new money in order to “help” the economy. A case against Janet Yellen is the flip side of this. Bernanke’s policies have been a complete failure, so choosing an acolyte of his would be the worst possible thing to do.

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