The Case for Bonds

Condon, Bernard
July 2009
Forbes Asia;7/13/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p46
The article discusses the potential of investing to corporate bonds and the vulnerability of stocks in market recovery. It states that these bonds has equity risk premium and that it is considered to generate better values compared either to U.S. Treasury or equities. It notes that as recession deepens, investment-grade corporate bonds posted real returns of negative four percent annually in the sever years through 1979.


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