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  1. Investing
    Bonds have a certain yield determined at the time you buy a new bond. The expected yield is usually greater than the interest rate at that time. If the interest rate goes up, the bond is not as attractive to buyers, because new bonds will give better yields to compete with the higher interest...
  2. Real Estate
    Landlords, what data do you use for figuring out how much to charge for rent?
  3. Individual Stocks/Equities
    share price has fallen quite a bit in last six months. seems to be in a downtrend. any insight?
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