Some Profitable TIPS

Clark, Kim
October 2006
U.S. News & World Report;10/23/2006, Vol. 141 Issue 15, p52
This article offers suggestions on inflation hedges to add to a stock portfolio. TIPS are the federal government's treasury inflation-protected securities. Four bonds are detailed, including TIPS, I bonds, inflation-indexed mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. A chart is presented displaying the pros and cons of each investment.


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