Losing Control

Investors worried for years during the post crisis period about Fed policy. All along the way, investors hung on their every word, and the Fed utilized this control by trying to micromanage the markets in an effort to spark a sustained economic recovery. But after years of relentless stock market gains, the bulls have become so intoxicated by the seemingly endless rise in the U.S. stock market that they seem to no longer really care about the monetary policy committee that had them so anxious for so many years. As a result, it appears that the Fed and other global policy makers are not only falling increasingly behind the curve in tightening monetary policy but may also be losing control over markets altogether.

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