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U.S. credit risk appetite remains on the "cusp of euphoria," says Credit Suisse, as its...

U.S. credit risk appetite remains on the "cusp of euphoria," says Credit Suisse, as its proprietary indicator hits levels not seen since mid-2007 and late-2009. Typically, says the bank, now is about the time to start to look for signs of exhaustion.
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  • So if you sell where do you put to money and get a decent return?
    12 Nov 2012, 02:38 PM Reply Like
  • Look at Pimpco..pttrx and Jeff Grundlich's fund. I do not rember the symbol but he is thought of as the King of Bonds. The funds may well be over bought at the moment. Good luck.
    19 Nov 2012, 04:15 AM Reply Like
  • Be brave and try some of the Pimco closed end funds(pty pcn, PNFand PNI tax free funds (if you are New York residends) , emerging market bond "EMB". Also look at FAX, Australian and New Zealand bonds.The return varies between 5.5 and 6 percent.
    19 Nov 2012, 04:15 AM Reply Like
  • Pimco is BOND;
    Grundlich's funds are Doubleline Funds
    25 Nov 2012, 07:54 PM Reply Like
  • Speculatively, long term gold.
    If you live in Canada, the farmland ETF available only there.

     

    Otherwise, I hope someone else has a useful comment, as I just don't know.

     

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    13 Nov 2012, 09:08 AM Reply Like
  • Try GGN, gold and natural commodities, use covered calls;
    pays about 10%
    13 Nov 2012, 10:15 AM Reply Like
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