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All driven by billions in research into how to make people desire meaningless things and treat them like sacred relics from God itself.
Most of these investment options do kind of suck. But, they are no more suckier than Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Tesla, (enter your momo darling overpriced stock here____________). Point being, just about everything sucks now in terms of risk and reward. Thank you Janet Yellen and the Fed. And, bad as these options are, they’re as good as it gets for many investors.
P.S. You pension fund manager probably feels the same way too.
The odds of a dividend are better for you if you eat a sh!t sandwich as opposed to investing in Obamaville.
I personally keep a small amount of my portfolio in I-Bonds, a little more in CD's, and wouldn't touch TIPs.
These so called experts forget that as our economy even at low growth numbers continue to build infrastructure so the correct commodities are always good trades and investments
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