Let's just take a minute to appreciate the fact that money left in interest-bearing accounts will appreciate over time.
Appreciation appreciation thread
Unless Al Borges is your fund manager, in which case that interest will be negative.
but real return will be negative soon anyway due to hyperinflation...
buy hard assets asap!
Thanks for making me laugh, BiSB! I needed it, after the last few weeks. I appreciate you appreciating appreciation.
Thank you, we needed this thread.
the appreciation appreciation thread.
Real recognize real
I appreciate the fact that so many people appreciate the appreciation appreciation thread.
Now that's an appreciation that can execute.
BiSB appreciation thread?
Thread Appreciation Thread . . . for keeping shirts and pants together. (Yeah, lots of people tell me that I need to get my shirts together.)
I recently had my car appreciated....
...by Dirty Mike and the boys.
It was terrible.
Left the whole thing smelling like 3rd world outhouse after fish taco night.
They wrote me a nice note though...
It seems like the blog has gone around the bend somehow, but I am not certain what to make of it or where to even begin with the condensing of these discussions to manageable levels. No matter, BiSB is right in saying this and my savings and 401(k) do indeed appreciate the appreciation.
I don't know what to do with myself.
The best part about these appreciation threads is that they are more interesting than talking about Hand. Are any of us really all that surprised? F- it. LETS DANCE!
Compound interest rocks.
Your apperciation isn't executing the plan properly.
i for one appreciate the appreciation.
well, I'm drinking. who else is drinking? DRINKING APPRECIATION THREAD!
BiSB's post nuked my plan to post a "Space Coyote Appreciation Thread" - not out of malice for SC, but simply to see what bitter fruit that thread might bear.
Thanks for ruining my plan, BiSB. Thanks a lot.
The real question is if the appreciation of said accounts exceeds inflation
As I did not appreciate Mr. Hand's choice of college today.
But what about depreciating items? Who's going to appreciate them?