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predicts prefered prices would drop/yields increase sounds like the prevailing wisdom of experts at the time, the opposite of Jim's predictions.

Please re-read, I did say his conclusion of locking the yield ended up correct, but his reasons for that were wrong. The reasons he cited why you should lock up yield were WRONG, so even though the opposite had happened because his original hypothesis was wrong the conclusion turned out to be correct.
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