Old 10-18-21, 12:54 PM
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justcynn 
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Originally Posted by Phil_gretz View Post
Use an investment calculator to assess this. $1500 for 20 years at 11% (use the S&P 500 for the last 30 years, if you'd like), and with CPI at 3% (it may be much worse), you get... compounding annually...you'd have $12,800 less the effects of inflation. That's what your $1500 might do.

Is that what you'd expect to sell a frame for in 2041?
yes! thats totally what I think it will be worth that as I am certain there is at least an ounce of two of gold in those those forks - maybe even more!

Why even waste the time? I already acknowledged investment was a poor word choice...

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