From Seeking Alpha:

In the video above he’s responding to a question from Alex Pollock, who put together an article on the 10% moment. The theory behind the 10% moment is to ignore the accounting fraud and the net worth sweep and to calculate the cash ROI on taxpayer dollars invested into Fannie and Freddie. Alex suggests that the current cash on cash ROI is 11.5%. His logic is that because this exceeds the original 10%, the government can say it’s been paid back. Craig Phillips calls Alex his hero for coming up with this concept and says that taxpayers have been paid back.

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