February 25, 2013
Just like back in 2006 and 2007 when he and his Federal Reserve Board buddies repeatedly reiterated their conviction that the sub-prime housing mortgage crisis was contained, Ben Bernanke this week downplayed concerns that the loose money policies of the Fed have “spawned economically risky asset bubbles.”
So, Bernanke’s words are not exactly convincing, but why are we even listening to this guy in the first place? Who designed the emperor’s wardrobe? Click here.
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