This time however, we see that the changes in the growth rates of both stock prices and future dividends are not deviating from each other as they did in the Fed's earlier rounds of quantitative easing. That suggests the following possibilities:
Charles Hugh Smith offers more thoughts on the factors that might restrain the success for QE.
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