btenny wrote: But beware custom drapes are expensive and shutters are very expensive especially if they are custom made to fit odd sized windows.
jon-nyc wrote:Hey, it may be up to 2.0% by the time the auction reopens. In fact I pretty much guaranteed that by buying my entire year's lot upfront.
Snowjob wrote:I think the difficulty is if you do watch a Bloomberg or CNBC etc, people will mention technicals all day long.
Cash wrote:Doc wrote:I think the regs say under par.
Oh, is that right? Maybe I will stop selling more than I need to then. Under par certainly makes planning easier.
jon-nyc wrote:we got 1.495%
http://www.treasurydirect.gov/instit/an ... 0220_1.pdf
Angst wrote: Why haven't you already commented on the posts made multiple times before re: rolling 10-year TIPS as an alternative to buying one 30-year?
Aptenodytes wrote: A chain of sequential 10-year TIPS is exactly as good at matching liabilities as a single 30-year TIPS, but it comes with much better returns.
zotty wrote:it says the indicative yield is 1.411, how accurate is that?
Doc wrote:grok87 wrote:I don't get the chart. what are the 3 lines?
jon-nyc wrote:Filling in my ladder like a trooper. I'm in for 50.