Originally Posted by Loving Life
With declining commodity prices, very low core inflation, a government that has 18 T. debt - the government will not raise rates - With Germany 10 year at .34 and Japan at .41 the US at 2.14
The US 10 year has a lot to fall - looking for the 10 year to fall below 1 percent by the end of the year.
I certainly don't know the future, but I agree with you. I have been hesitant to invest fully in this market, but going the route of buying preferred's has helped me. The spread between them and corporates/treasuries has been on the high side. I can live with price fluctuations grabbing 6.5%-7% yield on my money. In fact I hope they drop as it will give me a reason to cash my IBonds and plow it all in on them. Most of the ones I have bought have been around for a long time, and except for the 2008 terror, they have historically stayed pretty tight to par.
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