After A Month Of Bond-Market Turmoil, Here’s Where Inflation-Protected Investments Stand

Summary

  • TIPS have held up relatively well because of a rise in the inflation-breakeven rate.
  • We haven’t entered uncharted waters — today’s TIPS yields are in line with recent numbers.
  • Bear market for TIPS? Not yet, and doesn’t seem likely.

I’m predicting that TIPS will be an attractive investment heading into 2017.

Read my full analysis on SeekingAlpha.com

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One Response to After A Month Of Bond-Market Turmoil, Here’s Where Inflation-Protected Investments Stand

  1. jim says:

    wow!!!! 10 year nominal bonds at 2.5%!!!! up 1% from 6 months ago!!! I’m thinking of 30 year TIPS in February!!! I wonder if the Fed is raising the fed funds rate next week!

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