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Fixed-income ETFs ranked by second quarter performance

August 18, 2018

Ranked by quarterly returns Name/ticker 3-month return 1-year return Net assets ($M) Expense ratio* 3-month average daily volume 1 Invesco DB US Dollar Index Bullish Fund (UUP) 5.72% 0.98% $509.30 0.75% 1,227,490 2 WisdomTree Bloomberg US Dollar...

Puerto Rico sales-tax bonds soar on news of debt deal

August 9, 2018

Puerto Rico bonds soared as much as 30% after the island reached a debt restructuring deal with owners of its sales-tax backed securities, marking a significant milestone in the government's record bankruptcy. The U.S. territory's subordinated...

Bill Gross sees bond fund assets hit lowest level since November 2014

August 9, 2018

Investors pulled money from Bill Gross's bond fund for the fifth consecutive month in July, reducing the fund's assets to the lowest since November 2014, less than two months after Mr. Gross took over the go-anywhere pool. The Janus Henderson...

Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase warns of 5% Treasury yields

August 6, 2018

Not content with a previous warning investors should brace for U.S. yields of 4%, Jamie Dimon went one further at the weekend, suggesting 5% was a distinct possibility. The JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO said Saturday that people should be prepared...

Cash management platform gains appeal among advisers amid rising interest rates and frothy markets

July 27, 2018

The ever-frothy equity markets coupled with rising interest rates are starting to make cash look a lot more attractive to investors and financial advisers. It's a pattern that should play right into the hands of Gary Zimmerman, founder and CEO...

Trade war fueling bond rally

July 9, 2018

Treasury yields are slipping further away from the pivotal 3% level, and the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China has traders bracing for the world's biggest bond market to keep rallying. A four-week advance in 10-year notes, the...

The end of the Goldilocks credit markets?

May 21, 2018

"Goldilocks" was the byword for credit markets in 2017. The first synchronized global economic expansion since the financial crisis underpinned a strong rally in credit spreads. Economic growth and inflation ran "just right" to support asset...

Bond market portends end of boom times

July 9, 2018

It's abundantly clear that Americans as a whole are experiencing the best economy since the Great Recession. U.S. employers are adding so many workers that more people are growing encouraged to enter the labor force. Wage growth is well above...

Retirement planning 10 years after the financial crisis

June 28, 2018

Ten years after the start of the 2008 financial crisis, the retirement income conversation is starkly different than it once was. In fact, everything has changed, from the way advisers and investors look at risk, to the investment vehicles they...

The sad but important truth about taxable bonds and AUM

July 2, 2018

Investors should hold a mix of stocks and bonds. Most high-income investors have limits on their ability to shelter savings, so they need to invest a significant amount in brokerage accounts. Depending on their risk tolerance, some of these...

Pimco's Dan Ivascyn on inflation risk and market volatility

May 7, 2018

Pimco has been riding a wave of success, reporting a fourth-quarter operating profit of $684 million, the highest since co-founder Bill Gross left the firm in 2014. Many have attributed the company's revival to chief investment officer Daniel...

Yield curve points to recession in about 22 months

June 7, 2018

Guggenheim Partners' Scott Minerd has his eye on the yield curve and says it's not looking good. "If you look at the historical path that we've been on, we are just around the point where we would be, let's say, maybe 22 months away from a recession,"...

Corporate bonds look risky after a decade of heavy issuance

May 4, 2018

Corporate debt investors, having partied like it's 1999, should remember what came after that: a big wave of defaults. The 2000 to 2002 recession looms only faintly in the minds of many on Wall Street, but it may be the best model for the potential...

Why your portfolio may have too much equity risk (Hint: It's your bonds)

October 12, 2017

Industry-wide calls for interest rates to rise over the past five years may be inflicting an unintended toll on portfolios: Many are overexposed to equity and equity-like risk, with little to offset it. When the Fed dropped its target short-term...

Bank loans or high-yield bonds? Maybe both.

November 28, 2017

Investors searching for income often find it in the below-investment grade credit space. The challenge for advisers becomes, "Where do I put my clients' junk bond dollars to work?" When it comes to investing in below-investment grade credit,...

Bill Gross had nightmare day as fears about Italy roiled markets

May 30, 2018

Bill Gross had his worst day in almost four years Tuesday. For other bond managers, it was more like Christmas in May. The steep decline in interest rates triggered by fears that Italy might leave the euro sent Mr. Gross's $2.1 billion Janus...

Bond allocations: Be real, patient and flexible

October 30, 2017

Bond yields hit their year-to-date lows in early September with the 10-year Treasury yield getting as low as 2.03%. Low yields in the Treasury market are accompanied with historically expensive corporate and municipal bonds. Investors faced...

What would happen if there was a sharp rise in interest rates?

July 25, 2017

When analyzing the current state of the bond markets, financial advisers may be concerned about the potential for interest rates to rise faster than the markets have priced in. While this development may not be probable, it is certainly possible...

Bond mark-up transparency rule could help investors, cause more work for brokers

May 14, 2018

New regulations designed to illuminate the cost of bonds, which went into effect on Monday, are likely to help retail investors but cause more work for brokers. The regulations — one from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc., the...

Guggenheim's Minerd sees defaults, recession ahead

March 21, 2018

Companies that went on a borrowing binge may default on their debt as interest rates increase and the prospect of a recession grows, according to Scott Minerd, chief investment officer at Guggenheim Partners. After skirting defaults and bankruptcies...

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