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I don't have a stomach for Jan. 2022 stock declines watching the values of great companies plummet on a daily basis, although I still have plenty of money invested in great companies and will weather this storm. I am wondering about putting some $$ into I Bonds thru Treasury Direct? They are currently paying 7.12%, and it would be some discretionary income to try this out? I know nothing about bonds really, but this does seem appealing to me as a hedge against this inflation. Thoughts?
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