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I think both Yoda and Tjb are correct. And Jim too, wherever he has gone....

For myself and my own situation, I have a little bit on both ends of the "quality" spectrum and not too much of the total pie in interest rate sensitive areas.

Which of course means, I am and have been carrying a lot of cash and that hurts.

The recent past has not been easy, normal or predictable. I do not see any of this changing much.
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