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  1. Anonymous

    It is verry good, but may I ask how you arrived at the conclusion that it is “The Best?”

    1. Gary

      Absolutely! My conclusion that it is the best is based on the effort I put into it, and what I have seen elsewhere. Obviously, there’s a little bias and opinion in there, but if I did not truly believe it myself, I’d be doing something else.

      Also, I said “of its kind” so that excludes stock pick/advice services, trading services and others that are not directly in the top-down macro niche.

  2. Michael Garvey

    Why do you own SGOV and SHV? Wouldn’t you get a better yield with FDRXX?

    1. Gary

      I also have FDRXX. I am not really sweating the income levels of each of these. What’s more important is the safety of government bills. If SGOV and SHV are tracking T bills anywhere near closely they are doing fine.

  3. Clint

    I’m using SHV as a placeholder for cash as well, and have used it in the past. I’m disappointed that their yield has increased so slow. The 10/31 distribution of .242 annualizes to about a 2.65% yield. They must still be working a lot of the 0% Tbills out of the portfolio.

    1. Gary

      Last I looked, it appears SHV is further out on the curve (up to a year) than it used to be, tracking 3mo. bills. It is under performing as it SHY, which is a 1-3 year bond fund but which I am holding due to the forward prospects of a top in S/T rates. SGOV and government MM are fine for now IMO.

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