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Hawkish Fed, Sticky Inflation, Quantitative Tightening Move Bonds Lower

"I am watching the pace of quantitative tightening that began this month. We will likely see persistent inflation and rising interest rates across the curve. What would it mean to have a short duration equity? That means this would not be a growth stock. This type of stock is a fixed coupon bond. Dividends are inflation hedges: NOBL, REGL, S&P 500 and S&P 400 dividend aristocrats," says Simeon Hyman.

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