Wealthtrack: Robert Kessler – why Treasury bonds still make sense

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On this week’s WealthTrack, Consuelo Mack interviews Robert Kessler, a contrarian who has been proven right over the last decade. He explains why, after 40 years of outperforming the stock market, much vilified U.S. Treasury bonds will continue to be the safe haven investment for the foreseeable future.

Source: Wealthtrack, December 30, 2011.

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1 comment to Wealthtrack: Robert Kessler – why Treasury bonds still make sense

  • Nathan Kowalski

    Maybe treasuries are NOT “terrific’. This is the most biased interview I have ever watched on treasuries. Maybe, just maybe, the bond market is wrong. I would gladly take a bet that the S&P dividend aristocrats outperform treasuries over ten years. I believe they offer great diversification but terrible absolute return potential over the next decade. Also the comparison to Japan is simple hilarious. Corporate profits in the U.S. are at record highs but not so in Japan.

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