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Subject:  Re: Building a Starter Bond Portfolio Date:  7/25/2009  12:09 PM
Author:  AngelMay Number:  28281 of 36911

What about the LAZY index investor who doesn't want to "get serious about bonds"?

On the equity side, lazy is easy and lucrative. Just use one to several index equity funds or ETFs and one has a great stock portfolio that only needs to be looked at about once a year and rebalanced every 1 to 5 years.

Is there a good lazy way to invest in bonds?




Wow. Are you saying that you have never heard of a bond fund?

AM
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