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There are no bad assets. Only misunderstood assets. 

The title comes from Tim Duy via Paul Krugman.  It means the Fed and Treasury still think bad financial assets are underpriced by the market and are trying different subterfuges to prop up the prices by having taxpayers assume the downside risk.  They (and others) think policy makers are delusional about this.

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