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"since we're all guessing I'm assuming he meant 'current yield' but there's no way I can answer that without knowing the risks."

Yeah, to me it's 100% impossible unless we are talking about a return spread to something else. For "yield" (ie, income), there is a risk free curve available in USD...

So, relative to that curve (for some discrete levels of risk) I can measure, but not without that.

I did answer the poll... lowest number, because 5% risk free / zero duration would be interesting to me... but maybe 5% GM dividend isn't.

Just my 2 cents.
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