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I didn't know until this week that M* covered bonds as well as the stock. Neat:
http://quicktake.morningstar.com/StockNet/bonds.aspx?Symbol=...

See the difference between the 10/15/2018 (8.9%) and the 10/15/2017 (11.6%) YTM. Being worried I bought the 2017 at a little lower price than quoted there.

When I looked at ALL B3's on Vanguard these Sears looked by far the best. I still approach it from the stock analysis.

As for the stock, no dividend, loss of cash flow for the last two years, I wanted to be slightly more conservative, and it would seem I'll gain if the companies is better regarded re credit during the next couple of years. I swapped them for money markets earning 0 and fed funds earning about 1% -- all for more risk.

Again, thank you all!

Hockeypop
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