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Inflation is an ongoing concern, and an increasing number of investors are looking for ways to guard against inflationary pressures while still participating in the market—especially with savings account interest rates hovering close to zero. Many Treasury bonds and notes have negative real (inflation-adjusted) rates, but there is an alternative that may offer the hedge against inflationary pressures: Series I bonds. This article from Barron’s explains how they work.

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