Are Bonds or Stocks the Better Bet?

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Bonds and stocks tend to move in opposite directions. But this year, they've traded like best buddies.

In 2013, the S&P 500 has risen over eleven percent, and 10-Year Treasurys are up over four percent. Of course, given that the Federal Reserve has been buying bonds, and thus helping stock market, perhaps these moves shouldn't come as too much of a surprise.

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So ahead of tomorrow's Fed statement, which would you rather bet on — stocks or bonds? Vote in our Futures Now poll and make your voice heard!

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