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Jul 20, 2006 5:58 pm

I would venture to say that rates are approaching the mean historically.  To be awaiting 15% CD’s like the 80’s is idiotic.  You might want to get your crystal ball checked out bro.  Is it possible rates could go down too?  I know a lot of people a hell of alot smarter than you that are paid to analyze interest rate trends and they are nowhere near as confident as you are…but then again you got the inside track, right?

Jul 20, 2006 9:54 pm



Are you completely retarded?  Since there is around 300 million people in the US, you are telling me that everyone got this magazine, noticed the article and read spefically what it was about? 

THATS AMAZING.  If that's the case, then I need to take out a personal loan for WHATEVER IT COSTS to have an article in that mag.  If I'm assured by writing a catchy title like "The investment you want to make!" I can get 500 million people to read that, what a hell of a way to advertise!   

Jul 20, 2006 10:04 pm

NASD Newbie has made it abundantly clear through numerous posts that he “Don’t know much 'bout anything”, as the song goes.  I’m sure the shrinks have a name for an ignorant snotball who’s convinced of his own omniscience.

Jul 21, 2006 1:50 am

Rates are near the bottom? I think one or two more increases wait 6 months then we will see some cuts. Also how do you know he didn’t put the client in a step rate annuity or a treasury linked annuity. Check yourself Newbie