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To: Cynic 2005 who wrote (262)3/30/2000 5:16:00 PM
From: Daniel G. DeBusschere
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The Fed is using jaw-boning techniques it appears -
A lot of statements lately by both voting and non voting members of the FOMC are getting a lot of press. It's now no longer just Greenspan.
I believe these guys really do not want to jack up rates.. So their next best thing (especially hitting the NASDAQ) is to scare off the market with threats. "We are coming to getcha and slam you with all that it takes, but we really do not see any evidence of inflation in the current numbers or we really do not see any speculative bubbles, etc.."

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To: Cynic 2005 who wrote ()4/7/2000 8:45:00 AM
From: Mr. Miller
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With no inflation, no tight labor market, and no wage pressure, remind me again why the FED has raised rates five times...

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To: Mr. Miller who wrote (264)4/13/2000 6:29:00 PM
From: Junkyardawg
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Why didn't yawl put this thread on the coffee shop so we could really say what we thing about Greenspan.
geeeeezzz
dawg

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To: Junkyardawg who wrote (265)4/15/2000 1:32:00 PM
From: Daniel G. DeBusschere
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Good post on Greenspan and the relevance of his thinking and actions-
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Should he come under more detailed questioning regarding the factual basis of some of his rather broad statements? He might be right but then again he may be totally misguided.

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To: Daniel G. DeBusschere who wrote (266)5/3/2000 9:22:00 PM
From: Daniel G. DeBusschere
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Greenspan will be speaking in Chicago tomorrow morning. What's the guess on what he says if anything on the recent economic numbers that show some evidence of inflation?

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To: Mr. Miller who wrote (264)9/20/2000 3:21:33 PM
From: Thomas M.
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Why the Fed raised rates is unknown, but, without a doubt, he has presided over the greatest credit bubble in recorded history.

With no inflation ...

It sounds like you don't even know what inflation is, or why it is bad.

Tom

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To: Cynic 2005 who wrote (262)9/20/2000 10:05:26 PM
From: Thomas M.
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From the February 2000 issue of the Richebacher Letter:

<<< A friend of ours now living in London told us some time ago of an astounding conversation he had in the early 1970s. At a lunch with Mr. Greenspan (when he ran his own economic advisory service), they discussed gold and the Kondratieff Cycles. Mr. Greenspan stated that he would love to be head of the Fed when the Kondratieff Cycle was due to end in the late 1980s. He was quite sure he could overcome the deflationary impact of the cycle by injecting sufficient credit into the system to offset inflation. He ended the conversation by saying that should he fail to achieve his objective, there was a chance that when the cycle did end, the resulting Depression would be by far the biggest the world has ever known. >>>

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To: Thomas M. who wrote (269)9/26/2000 9:23:24 AM
From: Cynic 2005
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Great find, Thomas!

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To: Cynic 2005 who wrote (270)9/28/2000 11:49:42 AM
From: Capt
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Is there a FOMC meeting next Tuesday?

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To: Capt who wrote (271)9/28/2000 11:51:40 AM
From: Cynic 2005
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Yes!
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