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We expect the municipal bond market to return to a sense of normalcy in 2021.
Successful investing is about what you buy and when you buy it, but also what you sell and when you sell it. So how do you decide which stocks and bonds to sell when?
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Historically low interest rates make preferreds a relatively attractive investment in today’s market—but investors should understand their nuances.
Federal and nonfinancial corporate debt are near historic levels. Here’s why it matters—and how you might adjust your portfolio in response.
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We don’t believe 2021 will be as bumpy as this past year, and corporate bond investments appear relatively attractive today.
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Ten-year Treasury bond yields may rise as high as 1.6% in 2021, reflecting prospects for faster economic growth.
Choosing investments that are familiar can be comforting, but how can you choose more objectively?
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Although investing in in-state municipal bonds may have tax advantages, there can be good reasons to buy out-of-state munis.
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The Fed did not add to this week’s uncertainties and kept rates unchanged, while also providing no new information with regard to its balance sheet.
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We’re staying focused on the Federal Reserve, and looking for opportunities to generate income while mitigating risk.
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