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Quoted in Motley Fool

I was quoted in this Motley Fool article-http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2011/04/27/have-stock-prices-been-artificially-inflated-by-th.aspx

 

“Stock market returns in the long run are based on earnings and not low interest rates,” writes Jacob Wolinsky at DailyFinance. “Bernanke might be creating a stock market bubble which could just as easily crash as it rose. In addition, the market might get scared of all the possible negatives that come along with QEII (i.e., the money printing) and it could lead to a market decline.”

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