A peek at the data is revealing.
By Meagan Clarkon November 22 2013 9:56 AM
Sunday marks the fifth anniversary of the Federal Reserve's launch of its quantitative easing program to bail out the financial system and stimulate growth. Naturally, people are asking who has really benefited from the bond-buying binge. The answer, according to an analysis by Credit Writedowns, is those who had the resources to hold on to stock investments. No one else was nearly as fortunate.