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If Trump wants to increase deficits and interest rates fall, this tends to move up faster. Not correlated to the stock market, so good for diversification. Yield of 2.1%


(A Top Pick Jan 29/18, Up 7.5%) For people that have FI in their portfolios he has 5% in inflation protected bonds.


(A Top Pick June 28/16. Down 0.62%.) This is flat, but flat is good in the fixed income world. This is really a play on inflation expectations. Rather than buying long-term government treasuries where you would have lost a lot of money, he has made more of a bet on inflation coming back. He exited this trade and has gone for more direct trades that you can get through derivatives and OTC type instruments to get Long shorter term inflation.


(A Top Pick June 28/16. Up 1.11%.) He wants to own Treasury Inflation Protected Security, mostly because at some point inflation is going to have to come up. Every banker in the world is working on this problem. Maybe at some point they will get it right.


These are inflation protected securities. Thinks that CPI is going to continue to bump up. Expects the core PCE (?) in the US to be fully through 2% this year. A safer bet with less capital risk.

An excellent holding, but what if we don't have inflation? If you have it, uses stoploss and don't hold it too long.
Bond ETF. Thinks the 30-year bull market in bonds is over. This provides insurance against expected inflation.
US government has a printing press working overtime. If they continue to print money, inflation is going to come. It is not a big concern right now because we are in a recession. Looking forward to the next year or 2 we could actually see hyperinflation. When you play this, you are getting some US treasury bonds but they are inflation protected. About a 6% yield.
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