bonds

8 Results for: bonds

Why Go Short?

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Bond returns are primarily a function of two things: interest rates and duration. Interest rates are intended to reflect the cost of money, adjusted for credit risk and...

The case for higher bond yields and what to do about it

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The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield broke above the 3% level, hitting the 2013 highs during the Fed taper tantrum...

Navigating Headwinds in the U.S. Bond Market

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The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield breached the 2.9% level this week, as investors became wary of fiscal stimulus...

Pairing Short Duration High Yield with Bank Loans

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Between bond purists and bank loan enthusiasts, there exists a little bit of rivalry. How do we settle this?

Municipal Bonds: The Case for Active Management

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We believe prudent financial advisors recognize the need today for professional, active management in...

Duration: Not Debunked, Just Practically Applied

by: ; Adam Schrier, CFA, FRM

When will interest rates rise and by how much? This question has been analyzed and debated continuously over...