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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Fancy Bond ETF's ? How about MLP's ?

If you've been kicking the tires on Fixed Income ETF's but have a hard time making sense of various measures of performance, then Jared Cummins of the ETF Database's got some answers for you, in his SEEKING ALPHA post, Deciphering ETF Yield Metrics.

Interested in an investment vehicle that pays a steady 6% ? Well, if you can stomach High-Yield-Bond-type risk and have a good tax accountant, MLP's may be just the ticket. What are MLP's ?  They're Master Limited Partnerships, and for the ins and outs of MLP's check out SL Advisors' SEEKING ALPHA post, MLPs: An Undervalued Sector Outperforming Other Asset Classes.

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