When Alan Greenspan talks, people still listen

He has taken little vacation time, and his golf clubs are gathering dust. Instead, he's spending long days at his Washington-based consulting firm, which he started days after leaving the Fed in January 2006. Investors are still hanging onto his every word, as they did in his 18½ years as Fed chief. The fact that, during an appearance in February, he wouldn't completely rule out a recession later this year was partly blamed for a stock market plunge ... Full Story »

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by David Patterson - Oct. 1, 2008

The dethroned Duke of Dollar, that former Pharoh of Finance still knows how to get them going in his new road show. Difference seem to be that people can actually understand what he talking about these days. I'd have to see that for myself.

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