The Curse Of Keynesian Central Banking, Part 3

In Part 2 we suggested that the Fed’s interest rate and QE tools are no more efficacious in furthering its Humphrey-Hawkins mandates for the main street economy than simply doing headstands. In fact, Fed headstands would be far the preferable course because they wouldn’t have the collateral effect of destroying honest price discovery on Wall […]
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