If return is secondary, I might opt for simply putting it into an IRA CD. If you are ok with some risk and a bond bubble is your main concern, take a look at some of it in floating rate investments. They are designed to do better as rates go up, much like a floating rate mortgage goes up as rates go up. Not sure I would still term it "really safe" though.
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