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Old 06-18-2007, 09:17 AM   #1
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Periodic table of bond returns

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The Benefits of a Diversified Bond Portfolio


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Hey thanks! I love those "periodic" tables.

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Thank you. I like the format and printed it for future use.
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OK, its periodic, so reading the chart, which one is the one that will do well next year......
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OK, its periodic, so reading the chart, which one is the one that will do well next year......
ahhh I think you got the point!
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I was poking around the rydex website, and they have one of those scorecards (or periodic tables) of many more investment than I have seen. They include alternative investment classes and have a handy correlation chart on the second page.

http://www.rydexinvestments.com/pdf/..._Scorecard.pdf
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