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How to Determine If TIPS Are Cheap or Expensive

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Tue, 23 Feb 2010

In upcoming installments of The Short Answer, I'll tackle real reader questions. Here's a response to a good question that was posted in response to my column about Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities in retiree portfolios . If you'd like me to tackle a question in a future Short Answer column,

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