- The 10-year real yield has dipped deeply negative, to nearly 1% below inflation.
- But that reflects the bond market’s very low nominal yields. This TIPS’ inflation breakeven rate of about 1.67% is still appealing.
- For the first $10,000 you invest in inflation protection in 2020, the Series I Savings Bond is the better investment. Then consider TIPS.
The U.S. Treasury is reopening CUSIP 912828ZZ6 in an auction Thursday, offering $12 billion in this 9-year, 10 month Treasury Inflation-Protected Security. Even though terms of this TIPS are hardly dazzling, I’m expecting investor interest to be strong.
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