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When it comes to bonds, D&I Daily agrees with Wall Street guru, Peter Lynch, when he says, “In bonds, you’re nothing more than the nearest source of spare change. When you lend money to somebody, the best you can hope for is to get it back, plus interest.”

If you’re drawn to bonds because of risk aversion, dividends are a far better choice. By identifying fundamentally strong dividend payers, a savvy income investor can get the safety of bonds, but with significantly greater yields.  

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March 2016

Don’t Be Fooled by the Short Squeeze

By - March 14, 2016

The stocks of many companies have rocketed higher recently, but these sharp rallies should actually serve as a warning.

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Real Yields on T-Notes Still Attractive

By - March 7, 2016

U.S. Treasuries yield more than Japanese or German government bonds. But are they just as attractive based on their real interest rates?

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