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    LeadImage-300x200 Thankful investors, don’t overlook bonds

    By Kyle Tetting
    It’s too early to put a bow on what has been an encouraging year for investors, but in the spirit of the season, there is much to be thankful for. Synchronous economic expansion has given rise to double-digit returns in global stock markets. Rising asset prices – both stocks and housing – have boosted investor confidence, which has been further supported by strong corporate earnings and forecasts for continued growth.
    Lost in the stock market euphoria, though, many investors are overlooking a good year for bonds.

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