Stanley Druckenmiller Admonishes Short Term Thinking, Warns On DebtMark Melin
Like Blackrock’s Larry Fink, Duquesne Capital’s Stanley Druckenmiller thinks society is borrowing from its future and “is in a short term bubble.” Speaking at the Dealbook Conference in New York City Tuesday, the former hedge fund manager, who stopped managing outside money in 2010 and now operates as a family office, was critical of U.S. Federal Reserve quantitative easing policies, which he thinks “will end badly” as he touched . . .
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