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    Re: EJ Twitter thread on yield curve inversion

    Calpers logged ~6.7% or something last year. ~7ish is doable in the good years. Crash years are something else. Occurred to me that they pulled less of public and private equity and managed ~9.6% off...

    dcarrigg Today, 02:46 PM Go to last post

    NEO-LIBS @ war!



    Mega Today, 02:15 PM Go to last post

    Re: EJ Twitter thread on yield curve inversion



    Also there is the little matter of the Pensions.......ALL the Pension company assumed we have rates around 6-8% ish..........they MUST...

    Mega Today, 02:00 PM Go to last post

    Why America has Guns..........

    So if they EVER try to pull this shit, you can "respond"

    Mega Today, 01:50 PM Go to last post

    Re: EJ Twitter thread on yield curve inversion

    anyway, jk, it's a weird moment. you catch this craziness? talk's cheap. but could you imagine the brt rejecting milton friedman's nonsense even just 5 years ago? there's something i would have bet...

    dcarrigg Today, 10:06 AM Go to last post

    Re: EJ Twitter thread on yield curve inversion

    speaking of chris matthews, because he keeps coming up, i think maybe he's the #1 proponent of this strange idea that tip & raygun were lovey dovey political allies just because they could hang and...

    dcarrigg Today, 08:04 AM Go to last post

    Re: EJ Twitter thread on yield curve inversion

    I remember those gas lines and 20% feds fund rates well.

    The portrayal of a feckless Carter on SNL saying: "Let's party! we'll all be millionaires! was the crowning blow on poor Jimmy.

    vt Yesterday, 08:42 PM Go to last post

    Re: EJ Twitter thread on yield curve inversion

    got be careful about what's cause and what's effect, woodsman. the inflation really dates to the guns AND butter johnson policies, way before carter, when lbj didn't want to raise taxes to pay for...

    jk Yesterday, 07:34 PM Go to last post
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