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September 2006 Issue & Supplement

Many income investments are already celebrating the Fed’s decision to pause. (Several of our utility stocks lately have bounced up to 52-week
highs.) However, I’m still uncovering juicy yields in some out-of-the-way places. I have compiled a menu of income plays that will deliver you
a generous cash payout of up to 7% annually, with ample scope for capital gains, too.

September 2006 Issue & Supplement

Many income investments are already celebrating the Fed’s decision to pause. (Several of our utility stocks lately have bounced up to 52-week
highs.) However, I’m still uncovering juicy yields in some out-of-the-way places. I have compiled a menu of income plays that will deliver you
a generous cash payout of up to 7% annually, with ample scope for capital gains, too.

Run-Down Housing

Housing is becoming a real drag on the national economy. Yesterday, the National Association of Realtors reported that sales of existing homes fell more than expected in July, down 11.2% from the same period a year ago. More troubling, perhaps, the stockpile of unsold houses is soaring, with the highest inventory-to-sales ratio since 1993. Time to let go of some REITs?

Run-Down Housing

Housing is becoming a real drag on the national economy. Yesterday, the National Association of Realtors reported that sales of existing homes fell more than expected in July, down 11.2% from the same period a year ago.

September 2005 Issue & Supplement

In this month’s visit, I’ll show you how Alan Greenspan is unwittingly setting the stage for a big rally in bond prices, starting soon. We’ve seen his hardheaded determination to tighten credit before—and we know the result. Some high-octane Treasury bonds, I predict, will roll up a total return of 15% or perhaps even 20% in the coming year.

June 2005 Issue

This month, I’ll show you how to make the smartest use of any further “down time” Mr. Market may grant us in the next few weeks. More and more bargains are turning up on my radar screen, including a brand-new name for us: one of the world’s largest and best-run management-consulting firms, now at a whopping 50% discount to my estimated share price three to four years out. Yet I’ll bet you’ve never heard of the stock. (There’s a curious reason why.)