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inflation-protected

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  • The short-term inflation-protected bonds actually guarantee you'll lose purchasing power.

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  • Bonds issued by the U.S. Treasury are in demand, despite rates on some of the inflation-protected notes dipping below zero, meaning worried investors are essentially paying the United States government to hold their money.

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  • Already, some inflation-linked U.S. government bonds have been sold at below-zero rates this year, the difference being that Treasury inflation-protected securities are unlikely to result in capital loss, because the inflation adjustment will almost always generate a positive nominal return.

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  • • Thursday: $11 billion in reopened 10-year Treasury inflation-protected securities will be sold.

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  • As The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, companies are offering fewer investment options these days, but clients still can choose from multiple structures, including equity-index annuities, in which payouts are tied to the performance of indexes such as the Standard & Poor's 500, and "inflation-protected annuities," which raise their payments to keep pace with inflation.

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  • Bonds issued by the U.S. Treasury are in demand, despite rates on some of the inflation-protected notes dipping below zero, meaning worried investors are essentially paying the United States government to hold their money.

    Asian Markets Continue Global Slump

  • Five percent each is invested in iShares Barclays TIPS Bond , which buys inflation-protected bonds, and SPDR Barclays Capital High Yield Bond , which invests in junk bonds and provides relatively high yields in today's flat-interest-rate environment.

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  • Bonds issued by the U.S. Treasury are in demand, despite rates on some of the inflation-protected notes dipping below zero, meaning worried investors are essentially paying the United States government to hold their money.

    Asian Markets Continue Global Slump

  • If the concern is staying ahead of rising prices over time, "investing in businesses globally is a better way to go about it than investing in government bonds, even if they are TIPS," or Treasury inflation-protected securities, says Mr. Fisher.

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  • TIPS While no bonds look cheap right now, Treasury inflation-protected securities, or TIPS, may be your "least bad" option.

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