Ok, so I am not the most savy person when it comes to forcasting interest rates. I thought for sure the subprime mess would bring on higher (much higher) interest rates. But the opposite is happening. There is stronger talk of the Fed cutting soon. The weak dollar.... higher inflation.... lack of liquidity.... I thought they would spell higher rates. The 30 year bond should be over 7% by now. What is keeping the rates so low for so long? Are they going to just "pop" one day and everyone will wake up and realize those fake CPI numbers are massaged to look good? What am I missing here?