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Retirement investing is not what it used to be. In the old days, one could just invest in the “safe” stocks to buy, in “blue chips,” in a nice ladder of bonds, and do just fine.
While everyone piles into the same ol' blue chips, get yield at a relative value via these lesser-known names
The ones I favor don't extend loans to Greece and don't load up on fancy derivatives.
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