Why Dow Stocks Are Better Than Bonds
Jun 12th 2012 1:03AM
Updated Jun 12th 2012 1:04AM
The following video is from this week's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, along with Jeff Fischer, Bryan Hinmon, and Joe Magyer, discuss the latest business news. Even as bonds around the world sink to new lows, the CEO of PIMCO says there is no bond bubble. Does our panel agree? In this segment, the guys analyze the opportunity for investors and share why the 10-year Treasury bond is no match over the next decade for the likes of Dow stocks like Johnson & Johnson.
While Johnson & Johnson pays a dividend, shares aren't exactly trading at a massive discount.
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