With the economy humming like a well-oiled machine and the stock market soaring, some Wall Streeters think Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan can best help by keeping a low profile.

The central banker's highly publicized reference to "irrational exuberance" in December 1996 has obviously not been forgotten, nor have his subsequent comments concerning the market gone unnoticed.

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