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Liquidity preference theory suggests that when bond investors move from short-term securities to long term securities

▸ they are expecting short-term rates to fall.

▸ they are expecting long-term rates to rise.

▸ they believe that they can earn a higher rate of return over the long term by buying bonds with longer maturities than they could by buying a series of short-term investments.

▸ they want to be protected from the risk of falling bond prices in the future.
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they believe that they can earn a higher rate of return over the long term by buying bonds with longer maturities than they could by buying a series of short-term investments.

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