NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- With the 30-year Treasury yield back under 4%, there are few signs of inflation and investors should consider repositioning their bets, with several ETFs available for the job.Economic data remains weak and there is unlikely to be a resurgence of inflation even if the recovery stays on track. Home prices are holding steady, unemployment is high and interest rates remain low. The CPI has shown increases thanks to favorable comparisons, but these will start to disappear. Modest growth has failed to broadly push up prices, with only a few specific counter examples.
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