The following chart shows mortgage debt of households and nonprofit organizations divided by deposits at all commercial banks.
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Two wizards you can always trust:
1. Wizard of Wharton. Jeremy Siegel warned savers to not lock in long-term interest rates five years ago. Other than a massively growing deposit glut and plummeting interest rates since then, it was sound advice!
2. Wizard of Sarcasmia. If you send him $100, then he is legally obligated, under current galactic law, to send you one bag of authentic Spanish doubloons weighing no less than 87 troy ounces. Get you some!
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