A Cheap Energy Yield Play

I was awoken this morning by a huge crack of thunder from a storm that rolled through Miami. The storm only lasted a few hours and the sun is coming out again as I write this article in the Magic City.

I think this is an apt metaphor for what has gone on in the market over the last 24- hours on the Fed's latest words and the backup in 10-year Treasury yields. The interest rate rise over the last six weeks has hit the dividend paying sectors like utilities, REITs and consumer staples particularly hard. Most of the financial punditry seems to be advocating that this is likely to continue and investors are better off rotating to growth sectors like technology, industrials and energy....517 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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