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Investing for income has never been harder. The market is not expecting long-term rates to go up meaningfully. The Federal Reserve controls only short-term rates. Long-term rates react to the outlook for inflation and growth, which is still very, very thin. Even still, we want income securities that will benefit when rates rise, and that means working. 10-year rates are not going back to 5% or 7%. If you are an income investor, you should generate income from all asset classes rather than just bonds. Come spend an information-packed workshop with income advisor Bryan Perry as he lays out his blue print and provides five recommendations for income investing in a rising rate environment.