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If Stocks Are Bad, Why Are Junk Bonds Good?

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Wed, 5 Jun 2013

Compartmentalizing Everyday investors don't trust stocks. Yesterday, Franklin Templeton asked in an advertisement, rather plaintively, "Is it time to put your money to work? Time to take stock." (A pun!) Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo bosses are urging advisers to overcome their clients' skittishnes

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