Does the FED REALLY Matter?

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Does the Fed REALLY matter?

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By Erik Kobayashi-Solomon

[intelligent option investor]

Does the Fed REALLY matter?

This is an update to research done in the fall of 2015.

Common wisdom holds that Federal Reserve interest rate policy changes have a large effect on equity returns. The Fed represents, many believe, the ultimate market traffic light.

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NY Fed Reserve Bank

[FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK]

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And, everyone takes this mental model for granted, but is it really true?

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Assessment

The conclusions should be compelling to all ME-P readers, physician-executives and intelligent investors!

Conclusion

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