Paradigm Shift

In my latest Panzner Insights podcast, „Paradigm Shift,” I discuss one of the week’s big developments:

Most people knew that Bernanke & Co.’s grand experiment would end one day, but that notion has largely been seen on Wall Street (and elsewhere) as a vaguely distant possibility. However, things have changed following this week’s publication of the minutes from the Federal Reserve’s December policy meeting. In fact, I believe we’ve witnessed a paradigm shift that has important implications for markets, economies, and society overall, as I discuss in today’s broadcast.

As a special treat, this 30-minute program is also available to non-subscribers. To listen now or download, please click here.

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