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My guess is no. My opinion is that interest rates are still way too low.
CEEE-RASH!!!I am going to miss that extra 500k from all of my inflated assets.
Opportunity to pick up on the dip?
And so what they can afford on credit goes down when rates go up.
bible actually teaches one not to use credit cards, biblical truth, which is still true today.
Fortwaynemobile saysbible actually teaches one not to use credit cards, biblical truth, which is still true today. Imagine, people might have to keep paying the layaway every 2-4 weeks with their spare income before they got the new TV again, the poor dears.oh the Humanity.
I haven't had credit card in years, and hope to never need one.
If you're paying cash for everything, you're still paying that fee (unless the retailer has two tiers of prices for cash or credit, which I've only ever seen at gas stations), which can definitely add up over time.