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5 September, 2017 by The TZ Featured Staff Comments Off

How to Get Safe 6.5% Income From Municipal Bonds

Wall Street says you have to settle for the pathetic 2% yields most folks scrape by on from 10-year Treasuries, or your typical S&P 500 stock.

Don’t believe them.

Because there’s a far better way to bankroll your retirement that they won’t tell you about: municipal bonds.

While their name sounds boring, that’s the last word I’d use to describe the income they throw off: “munis” pay dividend yields of 5% and often much more, thanks to a unique tax advantage.

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5 September, 2017 by The TZ Featured Staff Comments Off

How to Get Safe 6.5% Income From Municipal Bonds

Wall Street says you have to settle for the pathetic 2% yields most folks scrape by on from 10-year Treasuries, or your typical S&P 500 stock.

Don’t believe them.

Because there’s a far better way to bankroll your retirement that they won’t tell you about: municipal bonds.

While their name sounds boring, that’s the last word I’d use to describe the income they throw off: “munis” pay dividend yields of 5% and often much more, thanks to a unique tax advantage.

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2 June, 2013 by The TZ Featured Staff Comments Off

Sunday links: profoundly complex

Quote of the day

Robert Seawright, “The world we live in is profoundly complex and is much more difficult for us to navigate than we usually think or assume.”  (Above the Market)

Chart of the day

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19 May, 2013 by The TZ Featured Staff Comments Off

Sunday links: high fee follies

Quote of the day

Burton Malkiel, “The major inefficiency in financial markets today involves the market for investment advice, and poses the question of why investors continue to pay fees for asset management services that are so high.”  (askblog)

Chart of the day

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19 May, 2013 by The TZ Featured Staff Comments Off

Sunday links: high fee follies

Quote of the day

Burton Malkiel, “The major inefficiency in financial markets today involves the market for investment advice, and poses the question of why investors continue to pay fees for asset management services that are so high.”  (askblog)

Chart of the day

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19 May, 2013 by The TZ Featured Staff Comments Off

Sunday links: high fee follies

Quote of the day

Burton Malkiel, “The major inefficiency in financial markets today involves the market for investment advice, and poses the question of why investors continue to pay fees for asset management services that are so high.”  (askblog)

Chart of the day

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21 January, 2013 by The TZ Featured Staff Comments Off

Putting His Mouth Where His Money Is: Meet Dylan Grice’s New Home

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It is no secret that one of Zero Hedge's favorite mainstream strategists over the years was SocGen's Dylan Grice, which perhaps in itself was a logical warning sign that his career in the mainstream was doomed to a premature end.

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