There is overwhelming evidence that existing Treasury yields fail to adequately compensate investors for the risk of holding them when measured on an historical basis.
Posted in Investing by curiouscat 752 days ago (http://www.pimco.com)
Posted in Investing by curious_cat 667 days ago (http://seekingalpha.com)
"In a previous study, we showed that the average return of high dividend yielding stocks was 13.% between 1927 and 2009. Dividend stocks beat the overall market by an average of 1.36% per year in that period. In another article, we provided a list of S&P500 stocks with market cap over $60 billion, and showed that high dividend mega-cap S&P500 stocks have performed better than low dividend S&P500
Posted in Investing by quixperito_cat 816 days ago (http://jubakpicks.com)
he incredible volatility of stock prices is ultimately an expression of the volatile emotions and logic of hundreds of millions of investors. Thinking of that makes the project of finding some order in the stock market seem laughably naïve.
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