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Marty Fridson on the 40-year fall in interest rates
A veteran bond trader reminisces about bond trading during the high inflation 70s and during the 40 year bond bull market which ensued after Fed Chairman Paul Volker raised the overnight lending rate to around 20% in June ‘81. Covers effects of changing rates and inflation expectations on many types of investments: bonds, utilities, insurance, etc.