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Do Interest Rates follow the Federal Reserve, Or, Do Interest Rates Lead & the Fed follows?

See the evidence for yourself in Episode 4 of the Elliott Wave Pillars Series

by Robert Folsom
Updated: October 28, 2015

Believe it or not, there is a simple way to know what the Fed will do with interest rates. Forget wasting your time on the endless notion of "will they, or won't they?" Forget worrying about adding to or reducing bond exposure in your portfolio. In this installment of our Elliott Wave Pillars Series, see indisputable evidence that the Fed is not the driver of interest rates -- plus learn which indicator you should pay attention to.

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