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Stocks and Dividend Payers Benefit from Low Interest Rate Environment

The big question for investors in today’s low interest rate environment is what they should do with their “safe assets” and whether they should invest in bonds. This reminds of the fact that I occasionally I like to end the day with a drink and my preferred fruit juice is the ruby red grapefruit. What kind of drink would it be if I used a grapefruit that had no juice left in it? A bad one is the correct answer.
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Finding Yield in a Low Yield Environment

As yield becomes increasingly difficult to find in fixed income markets how can an investor take advantage of the growing corporate credit environment, low debt service rates, and a lower exposure to interest rate risk as rates are expected to be volatile in the near future? To answer this question, short duration corporate debt with rules based fundamental metrics and behavioral analysis.
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Growth Investing Utilizing Convertibles

Healthcare spending is becoming a larger share of GDP and an increasingly important sector of the economy to watch. Representing almost 20% of the economy and expanding over the foreseeable future, healthcare is a growth industry presenting opportunities and risks for investors. Convertible bonds may offer an attractive way for investors to capitalize on this growth while minimizing risks.
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The $3.5 Trillion Opportunity for Equity Markets and Investors

Presently, there is about $3.5 trillion in bank accounts earning nothing for investors. With the Federal Reserve (Fed) keeping interest rates low for as long as they can and financial services companies refusing to pay anything on their deposits, sitting in cash can be a very detrimental thing. It might make you feel good, but it certainly won’t offer you much return.
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