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At 9%, or 5%, and certainly at 22% as back in the 1980's, the Fed has plenty of room to lower rates. But at 2.4% or anywhere near that level, they don’t have much room above zero. THAT is one of the biggest threats to investors next time we do have a recession. And did I mention, we will have one at some point?
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