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-- -- bill solve let me go to you one thing that I find remarkable I know people are in today into long term stability in their stolen still -- -- kind of a bullish market in some quarters for treasuries but when you look at the yield on treasuries what is it still under 2% one point hates America and then you look at the yield.
On all the dividend stocks in the S and -- it's about the same so why don't why -- stock.
That actually represent somebody might increase in value while you're getting the dividend.
I agree is you know a but I do you have settled.
Two things one you have -- have a long term timeframe is it still doesn't tell you what stocks are -- -- tomorrow no one really knows that anyway but I think that is the one side and then you have to have belief that earnings are gonna completely collapse.
And I think those are the two pieces we don't believe that so we would say yes you should it be shift a little bit towards stocks because.
At least over -- you know what's called that -- timeframe.
You got an awful good chance to beat out treasuries -- -- Bill on the house actually and a way to make our viewers feel better he has a way of valuation -- better metric what is it how do you look at it apply to certain stocks you might -- -- buy.
Well I think in terms of of -- you know some feeling better is exactly of of thinking about those -- dividends relative.
To what you're gonna get in terms of of say cash or the ten year treasury.
Elegant city it's pretty easy to beat that out.
Now but wouldn't say I say we should think about not just dividend paying stocks is -- other interesting ones in -- one I mentioned for today is something like eBay.
But think about both a combination of growth and dividends -- -- second.
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