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Lubbock Is Texas' 10th-Largest City --- Or Is It?

Posted 01-03-2023 at 06:56 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

The internet. Sometimes, you've got to love it. Other times, well, you'd feel like chucking a rock at your computer screen.

We just want information on things, but some sources make you wonder where the numbers actually come from. This holds true in gathering population figures. You see different kinds of lists out there. While census figures from 2021 might not necessarily be wrong, it's the afterwards of it that bring so much debate.

Population...
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Even The Moon Deserves A Baseball Now And Then

Posted 01-03-2023 at 05:06 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)
Updated 01-03-2023 at 05:53 PM by case44

With only a month and a half before baseballers head off to Spring Training in Florida and Arizona, Ol' Case can't keep away from watching old yard highlights. And his favorite team is still basking in the glow of its second World Series championship.

Houston Astros highlights just never get old. And neither, too, do Yordan Alvarez home runs. So, I bring up YouTube and watch one of the longest (if not the highest) home runs ever hit at Minute Maid Park. This shot...
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Young family looking to move, good school system, reasonable rent

Posted 01-02-2023 at 02:11 PM by ohiomover

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Go on Zillow and filter for 2BR+ rentals and start scrolling around on that map. Rents in decent East Cobb apartment communities look to be around $1600-2000 for a 2/2, hopefully that’s within range for you.

Thank you for that information, I didn't look on Zillow.
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Young family looking to move, good school system, reasonable rent

Posted 01-02-2023 at 02:10 PM by ohiomover

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Two very important questions are:

1) What is their budget for a rental dwelling…

AND

2) Where in the Atlanta metropolitan area will the working adults in the household be commuting to and from for work each day? If there are daily commutes involved.
Right now he drives to Fulton Industrial Blvd for work and he is ok with the commute.

Price range is up to 2000.00

Thank you.
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Market Risk Premium (MRP)= (Expected rate of return)- (Risk-free rate)

Posted 01-02-2023 at 06:44 AM by IncSecvolt

For example, the expected [URL="http://bit.ly/3vtH021"]return on stocks[/URL] is 10% while that on bonds is 2.5%.
Putting these figures in the formula, we get the following equation: MRP= Return rate on stocks/(Return rate on bonds) = 10%-2.5%
MRP = 7.5%, and is equal to the risk premium on stocks + the return on bonds
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