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Income-Oriented Investors: Are You Robbing Peter to Pay Paul?

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Wed, 8 Dec 2010

Note: A version of this article originally ran during Thanksgiving week. In case you missed it then, we're re-running the piece for "Ideas Week" because it underscores one of the key pitfalls that income-oriented investors face: focusing on income rather than an investment's bottom-line total retur

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