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Why actively managed bond funds’ higher fees can sometimes be worth it.
The media scrutinizes the Fed’s every move. But what do investors really need to know about the Federal Reserve’s impact on their fixed income portfolios?
On this episode of Bond Market Today, Kathy Jones explores some of the issues that come with sitting solely in short-term investments when the yield curve is flat to inverted.
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For longer-term investors, Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities look attractive compared to traditional Treasuries. But yields are low, so total return expectations should be tempered accordingly.
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Natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, wildfires and drought have a major financial impact on the areas in which they occur.
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As the 2021 LIBOR phase-out deadline approaches, officials are warning investors to prepare for a world without the key benchmark rate.
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The London Interbank Offered Rate, a key benchmark for many types of loans and investments, is expected to disappear in 2021. Here’s how the phase-out could affect investors.
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With Treasury bond yields near all-time lows, many are reluctant to invest in longer-term bonds—but sitting in very short-term investments could mean lower income if short-term rates decline. What’s an investor to do?
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U.S. stocks plunged Wednesday, as weak economic data rattled investors. Here’s what you should know.
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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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