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Thu, 24 Mar 2011

Dear Analyst, As interest rates rise, bonds fall. Is there anything in the nature of bond funds that enables one to "ride out" the interest rate problem? Ken Now that the Fed has finally started to raise interest rates, a lot of people are concerned about the issue raised by Ken's question. In fact

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