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How to be indecisive about stocks and still make a buck. Plus, why BCE is a buy

The cost of being on the sidelines as an investor used to mean a near-zero return on your money. Rising interest rates have changed that. An asset class we call cash alternatives now offers yields of around 2.5 to 3.6 percent. Inflation is 7 percent, so the real returns on these products are negative. But …

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