Those are enough bonds to keep you clipping coupons one would think. We could have posted some preferred, high dividend, REITs and utilities but we'll save those for another day.

The focus now is on earnings which will start to rollout like a flood soon enough. Until that major impact occurs we'll sneak-in some bond issues for now.

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