Bonds Look Attractive Again — But Dividends Are Still the Income King

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Bonds Look Attractive Again — But Dividends Are Still the Income King

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Charles Sizemore,
Co-Editor, Green Zone Fortunes

Let’s talk about bonds.

With the 10-year Treasury now floating around the 3% mark, bonds are the most attractive they’ve been in years.

Stocks selling off only strengthens the case.

But as the dividend guy, I have to step in.

I’m not here to bash bonds. I think they serve a purpose, especially when managing risk.

When it comes to income, though, I want to show you why dividends are king with one simple chart.

Click here for this week’s Investing With Charles.

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