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Neel Kashkari 17 Mar 17
I address the stock market in the piece (financial stability section). Our job isn't to protect investors.
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John P. Hussman
. Neither is your job to engender speculative yield-seeking that is the ORIGIN of financial crises that do economic violence.
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John P. Hussman 18 Mar 17
Replying to @neelkashkari
. We both want the best for our nation, but we can take our cues either from activist dogma or from systematic evidence.
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H.Kazemi 18 Mar 17
Dogma = fund manager's strategy who has lost 5% per year for 10 years while collecting fees
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Randy Woodward 17 Mar 17
Pretty sure 's desire to stop TBTF, letting Europe banks have loans we don't want anyway, proof he gets it.
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John P. Hussman 17 Mar 17
Neel gets TBTF issue yet seems to overlook that Fed-induced yield-seeking in mortgage debt originated the crisis
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Texas Kittie aka QE forever 17 Mar 17
isn t that what the fed is paid to do - blow bubbles time after time
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donna 17 Mar 17
& create massive market distortions that conceal price discovery/actual risks>that always re-emerge&harm naive maj
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Daniel Medina 17 Mar 17
So TRUE. . Neither is your job to engender speculative yield-seeking ...
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Third Wave Finance 18 Mar 17
Replying to @hussmanjp
immediate effects are visible, yet the chain of events that is set into motion is forgotten...
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Third Wave Finance 18 Mar 17
Replying to @hussmanjp
see here on Real Investment Advice... "The Questionable State — and Abusive Use — of Economics: Part 1"
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Steven 18 Mar 17
Hear ! Hear ! Mr. Hussman.
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