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  1. Investing
    Bonds have a certain yield determined at the time you buy a new bond. The expected yield is usually greater than the interest rate at that time. If the interest rate goes up, the bond is not as attractive to buyers, because new bonds will give better yields to compete with the higher interest...
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    I'm investing for a long stretch; at least 10-20 years. My stock picks are all dripped and many are solid blue chip (all Canadian). I've got stocks like Royal Bank, TD and Enbridge. However, included are those that give low yields like Stella Jones (0.61%) and CCL (0.67%). When I retire and...
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    That's the song I sang this morning on BNN's ETF Report as I talked about three ETFs that offer - all together now - "Dividends, Income, Low Vol, Yield......Dividends, Inc.......". Here's the BNN link: http://watch.bnn.ca/business-day/august-2012/business-day-august-8-2012/#clip735809 Now try...
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    Does anyone out there trade bonds on a somewhat regular basis? Looking at BMO InvestorLine as an example, the CITIGROUP CDA 4.90% 13NOV12 bond is currently selling for $102.90 per $100, which gives an S/A yield of 2.032% and Annual of 2.043%. I know the mechanics of the math in valuing the...
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