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The U.S. Government Bond Bubble (And What To Do About It)

Tuesday, December 27, 2011 - 5:51 AM
Another article making the case for high-dividend stocks. From Time Moneyland
Treasury bond prices will likely suffer a major decline in the next few years. Here are eight high-yielding stocks that are a smarter alternative for the income part of your portfolio.

It does warn that these do have risks
you shouldn’t put all of your money into equities, not even conservative shares. Stock prices would suffer if a crisis in Europe or a global recession occurs next year. But historical patterns suggest that the long-term outlook for stocks is a lot better than that for bonds.

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