<<In the 20th century, especially when the bond bear market of 1940-80 is factored in, stocks outperformed bonds. But is there any reason why this might reoccur in the 21st century?>>Here's a good Bernstein article that attempts to answer your questionhttp://www.efficientfrontier.com/ef/701/cheap.htmIn short, Bernstein expects Investment-Grade Corporate bonds, and TIPs to outperform Domestic LCA caveat:"Understand that "expected" returns are just that. In finance, as in life, there is often a huge chasm between what is expected and what actually happens."Regards,Ben
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