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We noted in a recent item on the Research page (July 13) that it is still a seller’s market for high-quality bonds. Two California issuers with high credit ratings proved that again this week. Tax-exempt yields in general probably dropped a little this week. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, one of the state’s prominent water wholesalers, priced $89 million of water revenue bonds with Aa1 and AAA credit ratings. The five-year maturity gave a choice of 2.25% or 4% coupons and was priced to yield a tax-exempt 1.45%. The 10-year bond with a choice of 3% or 5% ...
After a tumultuous ride in the stock market, you begin to think about other types of investments; ones that offer a bit more stability. For this you are willing to trade a relative reduction in potential capital gains for a possible safer return. Perhaps you could invest in a vehicle that could provide you with a modest income, free from taxation. Would it be an appropriate investment for you? Does such an investment exist? It does and it’s literally right outside your door – municipal bonds and municipal bond funds. Debt securities issued by a state or local government or ... Read More
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