Comment: We have a problem underlying our CAFR problem.

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We have a problem underlying our CAFR problem.

Perhaps if we do the Math and replace the $FRN ratio with a Gold ratio or price.

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If we are counting our Gold, things don't look so good for CAFR investments.

GDP The GDP has lost 75% of it's imagined value in Gold.

There is a strong case to be made that the CAFRs have been grossly mismanaged. At least since the Clinton bubble burst.

This is a great place to start working locally.

Thanks Twain & Day, as always.

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