Kiplinger

Why I Like Ginnie Mae Funds Now

In these unpredictable times, any combination of high safety and fair income should deliver extra value. I continue to extol municipal bonds and investment-grade preferred stock of banks and utilities. But their long durations mean they’re more sensitive to rising rates, and they could fluster you if you’d squawk at the loss of as little as 5% of principal (yield and price

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Kiplinger

Kiplinger2 min letti
Best Airline Stocks to Buy as the Industry Takes Off Again
The outlook for airline stocks continues to zip relentlessly higher ... even if they still face a few near-term bumps on the runway. Leisure travelers are taking to the skies again as vaccinations roll out nationwide and pandemic cases decline, which
Kiplinger1 min letti
5 Commodity Stocks to Buy for the Global Rebound
The world is navigating its way out of the COVID-19 pandemic, and demand for goods and services is starting to return to pre-pandemic levels. That's helping to boost the price of several commodities – and the miners and other commodity stocks that pr
Kiplinger4 min letti
A Risk-Averse Approach to Real Estate Investing
The highest profile professional real estate developers and investors are typically those who have won big or lost big — they made their names taking oversized risks that in some cases paid off handsomely and in other cases crashed and burned. But re