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The interest rate, Vaccine and the market
November 9th, 2020 11:16 AM
The interest rate went up a little bit because of the good news from Pfizer, and the stock market went up a lot as well.

If you read my blogs recently, I ran 3 half marathons each week, and I told my wife that my body is marathon ready. So whenever we can run marathons again, then I do not need extra training. And you can tell what I am very optimistic about the vaccine and the economy recovery. If China can do it(Pandemic under control), we can do it as well.

I know a lot of people expect much lower market rates, if there is more optimistic news about vaccine, then the interest rates were bottomed. That's why I always recommend to take whatever the best rate on the market. We never know which rate is the best rate. And we can not timing the market, either stock market, or bonds.

Here is the pace for another half marathon this morning, I think I can keep it below 1hr50 minutes for quite sometime:

 

WORKOUT LAPS/SPLITS

LapDist (mi)TimeAvg (min/mi)Max (min/mi)Avg HRMax HRAvg SPMMax SPMGain (ft)Loss (ft)kCal
1.1.009:289:288:4112313517918406111
2.1.008:248:248:01136143186190510112
3.1.008:138:137:3614014418819260112
4.1.008:088:087:52141146189194100109
5.1.008:118:117:4714214818919800109
6.1.007:587:587:361451491911962733108
7.1.007:417:416:5314815219219865109
8.1.007:457:456:431461521922021633104
9.1.007:587:587:3214414819119661697
10.1.007:597:597:2514114719219801685
11.1.007:587:587:461431471931980587
12.1.007:557:557:361431461931960080
13.1.007:487:487:091451501932006087
14.0.100:467:217:29147149194198008
Totals:13.101:46:188:066:46141152190202691151,318
And I still have lots of room since my heart rate us only around 145. I know it was around 160 to 165 at the race.

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