No. of Recommendations: 5
When you really think about it, it is an absolute, 100% total impossibility for Alan Greenspan not to have a conflict of interest. Even if he has nothing more than a bank account like all us plebeians, if it pays interest his actions at the Fed affect his income. Even if he has a non-interest bearing account, his actions at the Fed affect the condition of the financial system and its individual institutions, and thus affect the safety of his deposits. So no matter how you slice it, AG has a personal interest in the outcome of his actions.
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