- Treasury announces plans to step up T-bill issuance
- Question: Is inflation dead?
- Follow-up: I pulled the trigger on the February 2042 TIPS
- Looking to invest in longer-term TIPS? There’s a problem.
- 10-year TIPS reopening auction gets a real yield of 1.395%, 2nd highest in 12 years
- Thursday’s 10-year TIPS reopening auction looks attractive; ignore the Treasury turmoil
- U.S. inflation increased 0.4% in April, continuing a gradual downward trend
- I’m in Ecuador. What’s happening in the rest of the world?
- My schedule … and what’s coming next
- I Bond’s fixed rate will rise to 0.9% on May 1, TreasuryDirect says
- Bloomberg: Current yields
- Chart: 10-year inflation breakeven rates
- Chart: 30-year TIPS inflation breakeven rates
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- WSJ: Current TIPS values
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Looking to invest in longer-term TIPS? There’s a problem.
By David Enna, Tipswatch.com I recently got an email with a question from long-time site reader Jay, who included a meme to illustrate his point. Here it is: A TIPS Conundrum: Lately I’ve been struggling with what to do in … Continue reading
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TIPS funds vs. TIPS ladder: An investor weighs in
By David Enna, Tipswatch.com A lot of readers ask about the ladder of TIPS investments I have built over the years. Yes, I do have a ladder, and it does hit every year from 2023 to 2032, and then jumps … Continue reading
Posted in Inflation, Investing in TIPS, Retirement 29 Comments
Yes, the purchase limit is not affected by an I Bond redemption. It remains $10,000 per person per year.