Bloomberg reports that the era of cheap money for municipal borrowers is over, citing the Bay Area Toll Authority's recent of auction of bonds at rates as high as 5.33%.
How long before the era of cheap money is over for everyone?
If you believe it's not long, I suggest you unload your US Treasuries and bonds, or better yet, unload them and go short. Rising rates are going to cream bond prices.
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