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August 8, 2014, Vol. 32, No. 16

Leave your worries in the inbox

To herd income-starved savers into junk bonds and equities was no trouble at all. To manage a comprehensive exit from those overvalued positions will prove a tougher undertaking.

Yield to steepness

Obscure, scarce, illiquid, generally callable, potentially volatile and not quite self-explanatory, these oddball securities may be. We judge that their merits trump even their flaws.

For the outcasts

Concerning a worrying, far-away geopolitical conflict, Grant’s takes the position, “This, too, will pass.” A bullish survey of pariah stocks.

Soil erosion

Farmland values climbed with rising corn prices and tumbling interest rates. Now the cycle turns. We write for urbanites, suburbanites, exurbanites and agriculturalists alike.

Macro-prudential Swiss cheese

Low rates and easy money are making waves across the Atlantic. An endless supply of a certain “hard” currency.

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