Mingus wrote:Professor Emeritus wrote:
A house you live in is ALWAYS an investment. It may be a good or bad investment but it's an investment
Some houses precipitate an investment in lots of tools, time, and labor.
ERMD wrote:get back in the market and stay there for the next 30 years.
sschullo wrote:My 365-day "rule" is never read predictions.
Jfet wrote:Because I could sell short 10 year treasuries at 3% and use the money to buy the shorter term CDs at 3+% (if the transaction costs were not excessive).