2 Question Tuesday – 12/05/2023 – Why Do the Treasury Bonds In My Account Have Yields As Low As 2.25% And What Lessons Have You Learned From Charlie Munger And Warren Buffet?

Welcome to 2 Question Tuesday. This week’s client submitted questions were:

  1. Why do the Treasury bonds in my account have yields as low as 2.25%?
  2. What lessons have you learned from Charlie Munger and Warren Buffet?

Phil, Mike, and Larry answer a question from a Focused Wealth Management client who wonders why with 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds currently yielding about 4.2%, why do the bonds in his portfolio post yields of 2.25%? They then discuss the death of Charlie Munger, the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffet’s right-hand man, and what lessons Phil and Mike have learned from Munger and Buffet and how this affects their investment decisions. And finally, Larry announces the publication of his new book, Investing in Dividends for Dummies

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