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|Subject: Re: The Impact of Inflation on Yield||Date: 1/30/2013 8:01 PM|
|Author: globalist2013||Number: 34738 of 35227|
Where/how did you calculate the impact of the coupons/interest paid (positive), taxes (negative), etc? Most do that with a stock (reinvestment of dividends), especially if you're considering the impact of inflation.
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