Stock dividends are yielding more than the 30-year Treasury note for the first time in a decade
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For the first time since the financial crisis, stocks are earning more for investors than key long-term Treasury notes. -
"The outlook is much better for stocks than it is for long-term Treasurys right now," Bespoke co-founder Paul Hickey told CNBC in a phone interview Tuesday. -
While investors may be shunning risk near-term, Hickey said the stock-bond yield inversion is a bullish sign for equities. -
Individual stocks now yield more than 5, 10, and 30 year US Treasury notes, according to Bespoke's research. -
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