Commentary: Greenspan Is Right To Stake Out Wall Street

With the market now so crucial to so many, the Fed must keep a cautious eye on stocks

Time was when a Federal Reserve chairman's musings about the stock market were almost as rare as sightings of Halley's Comet. But these days, it seems Alan Greenspan frets about overvalued stock prices whenever he opens his mouth.

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