Greenspan put – Isn’t this what’s happening today?

by  Mrsaloom9765

Leading up to the Dotcom bubble 2000

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“The Fed’s pattern of providing ample liquidity resulted in the investor perception of put protection on asset prices. Investors increasingly believed that in a crisis or downturn, the Fed would step in and inject liquidity until the problem got better. Invariably, the Fed did so each time, and the perception became firmly embedded in asset pricing in the form of higher valuation, narrower credit spreads, and excess risk taking.”

Isn’t this what’s happening today?

It’s a bubble and I’m just riding the wave



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