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Uncharted Waters: Budget Lunacy, The #MAGA Economy And What PredictIt Predicts For Rates

"You will ride eternal, tacky and gold leaf"...

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5 comments on “Uncharted Waters: Budget Lunacy, The #MAGA Economy And What PredictIt Predicts For Rates

  1. “What, me worry?” A.E.N.’s immortal words ring in my ears. When in power the GOP will spend like drunken sailors on shore leave for all manners of idiotic things. Like their all time favorite, tax cuts for the likes of Kayne West, but also wars (another favorite – makes them feel tough and it’s what that “complex” wants), walls, parades (omg), corporate welfare, security stuff, and on and on. But come the changing of the guard and those MAGA caps will be replaced by the deficit cutting caps and it will be the programs that benefit the majority that will be in their sites. Fuck-em.

  2. Anonymous

    “a road to fiscal ruin”

    I liked the Road to Rio

  3. Anonymous

    If we’re to rely on historical info from ’07 when rates were around 5% and then ’08/’09 happened and rates dropped, then spiked and then dropped again, it seems like now is the time to load up on 10 years. Latest auction was 2.99% with a ~$0.04 discount. We still haven’t (quite) gotten back to ’14 levels nor ’11’s 3.6% which seem nice right about now with massive downside opportunities in equities since there is little, if any, upside at this point. Just a thought…

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