Bonds Are Beckoning
The bond market was the odd man out in 1996. In 1997, however, bonds may prove more popular. With inflation low and interest rates expected to be stable, the inflation-adjusted rate of return is a big draw. And if the stock market dips, or even treads water, bond returns could look even more competitive.
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