Logically, there are only two alternatives for QE. Either it ends, or it continues forever. Since the market is now convinced that it's not ending, I guess it's QE forever. The market is always right.
By the way, all climate scientists are now in agreement that there's no global warming.
Since you have no idea of who is going to be Fed chief and right now all the debate in Jackson Hole is about how to end QE without causing too much damage and if it was even effective - infinite QE is not a guarantee.
While we don't know who the new FED chief will be we do know who will appoint him or her...and if you think that a "let's stop QE and raise rates" type will get the nomination you have been in the sun too long... Raising rates on $trillions of national debt to be rolled over would crater the White House. A good reason to let a Republican win in 2016 would be to let him take the hit. Hillary will have to scramble to avoid getting hit with rate rise lightning.....