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Author: mjcalab Two stars, 250 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 35383  
Subject: Re: CD rate up to 4.7% Date: 3/22/2005 1:40 AM
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Not offended, you were just saying what you thought. My writing skills are very poor and I realized you took the time to respond so I should pay attention to what you said. I should thank you and look more closely at what I was thinking. My original response was motivated by brucedoe saying “I have a 5-yr CD with PFCU and just sent money in for a 4-yr CD paying 4.65% APY. I'm trying to construct a 5-yr ladder with them.” My first response was: buying a ladder is very popular but a dumb thing to do. So I did some calculations and it turned out that he was right and I was wrong. Just thought others might be interested. It's not important and sorry for taking up space. Thanks again for your thought.
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