Lower Rates for Longer... Where's the Yield?

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Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "Insight & Action," Adam Johnson looks at the impact of the Fed's decision the 10-year yield. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Thank you, julie hyman.

We will have lower rates for longer.

Where do you go for yield?

Time for a little "insight and action." we are calling this bernanke's big smack down.

He says, no, get back down toward the low 2%'s. we are not getting that today because of the better data.

Bernanke is trying to keep rates lower longer.

You look at how the markets reacted yesterday to the smackdown.

It is fascinating.

Moving up exactly 1.2%. people are trying to find yields somewhere.

Look at how corporate bonds responded.

The dvy also moving up.

And look at what we have here, utilities and reits, up three point two percent.

Utilities are very bond sensitive because they fund themselves with that.

-- with debt.

Reits payout 95% of their income in the form of a dividend.

Rather than highlight individual stocks, because this rising tide lifts all boats, we thought we would highlight some of the really take -- the real estate etfs.

The reit etf's. the i shares -- the is hares is growing at about 3%. ishares rem, 13 point nine percent.

We checked that on several sources -- the ishares r.e.m., 13.9%. we checked that on several sources.

Thank you, adam.

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