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Signs of a Rotation

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Wed, 16 Jan 2013

“It appears that we are in the early stages of a generational shift favoring equities over bonds. While we may have some periodic setbacks, equities will likely outperform bonds for a decade or more. Many investors are becoming disillusioned with the low yields available on bonds, especially U.S. T

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