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The next big 401k wipeout: Bonds - 1 - - MSN Money
Looking for safety after the last market crash, investors poured retirement savings into bonds. But prices are falling, which means painful sales or being locked into ...

Buying bonds -- after the crash - 1 - - MSN Money
It's been a scary 6 weeks for anyone who owns bonds, and the long-term outlook for more carnage isn’t great for stocks, either. But the recent sell-off was extreme ...

Dumping bond funds? Read this first - - MSN Money
The move bucks a long and determined trend. Until June and Bernanke's statements, investors had been plowing money into bonds consistently, despite paltry yields ...

Which are better : Stocks or bonds ?- MSN Money
Huge advantage, with stocks vs. bonds, the difference between the bid and asked price for stocks, is just a few cents, unless the stock is thinly traded.

The next big 401k wipeout: Bonds - 2 - - MSN Money
How to bail out. But now, the tide is turning. Bonds are under pressure, with the yield on 10-year Treasury notes climbing back over 2.2% to levels not seen since ...

Buffett says bonds are terrible investments- MSN Money
Warren Buffett disagrees with investment advisors that counsel people to put a large chunk of their money in bonds. Right now, he says, bonds are terrible investments.

Should anyone buy bonds?- MSN Money
The writer wrongfully treats bonds as some a single object. Only some bonds are long term. Some are very short term. Each reacts to interest changes differently ...

Lost decade for bonds looms - 1 - - MSN Money
Globally, bonds of all types have lost 1.5% in 2013, even after accounting for reinvested interest, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Global Broad Market Index shows.

Where to get the best bond yields - fixed-income investing ...
The news that the Fed intends to keep interest rates low should extend the bond rally, but ETF investors will want to steer clear of broad-market funds.

5 moves to survive the 2014 bond meltdown- MSN Money
Do you own U.S. government Treasury bonds in your portfolio? Millions of Americans do -- and that's a big problem. Because the U.S. economy is the largest, and by ...


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