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California muni investors trim holdings

January 31, 2010

Financial advisers with clients in California are increasingly recommending a cutback in exposure to the Golden State's tax-exempt bonds. Considering California's high income taxes, that is a tough recommendation to make, but many advisers say...

Bond ladders in a rising rate environment: Too hot to handle?

January 18, 2010

Legendary investor Benjamin Graham wrote in The Intelligent Investor that the proportion of an investor's portfolio held in bonds should never be less than 25% or more than 75%. If interest rates rise in 2010 and beyond, which bond strategies...

Build America Bonds look poised to extend their big 2009 run

January 17, 2010

Once you get past the uneasy concept of lending money to fiscally challenged state and local governments, there is plenty to like about Build America Bonds — and financial advisers should be taking notice. First issued in April as part of...

Gundlach's DoubleLine registers 3 bond mutual funds

January 13, 2010

DoubleLine Capital is launching three fixed-income mutual funds, according to the company's filing with the SEC. The three funds are the DoubleLine Total Return Bond, DoubleLine Core Fixed Income and DoubleLine Emerging Markets Income funds,...

Making the case against short-term bonds

January 10, 2010

In November 2008, many investors believed we were on the edge of financial disaster. Panic was sweeping Wall Street and Main Street. The global economy was in disarray. Now, a little more than a year later, stock market values have rebounded...

What's attractive now: Higher-quality junk bonds

December 15, 2009

Higher-quality high-yield corporate bonds are getting more attractive on a fundamental basis, according to Sabur Moini, manager of the $695 million Payden High Income Fund (PYHRX), offered by Payden & Rygel Investment Group. “This has been...

Downbeat Bernanke boosts bond buying

December 8, 2009

Treasury prices rose Monday as investors jumped back into the market, seizing on attractive prices following big declines at the end of last week. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's comments that an economic recovery is still likely to...

Defiant Gundlach: I'll take my team elsewhere

December 8, 2009

Jeffrey Gundlach said his “inappropriate termination” by TCW Asset Management will simply give him and his mortgage-backed securities team an opportunity to create an even stronger investment organization to serve investors. The chief investment...

Swiss Re issues $150M cat bond for natural disasters

December 3, 2009

Swiss Reinsurance Co. Ltd. today issued a $150 million natural-catastrophe bond using the capital markets to protect itself from natural disasters. The bond, which matures in late 2010, focuses on North Atlantic hurricanes, European windstorms...

Swiss Re bond lets investors bet on pandemics

November 29, 2009

Swiss Reinsurance Co. Ltd. last week introduced a $75 million catastrophe bond that covers extreme mortality risks. The offering, which was sold through a private placement, guards against unexpectedly high mortality rates in the United States...

Ala. county sues JP Morgan over debt deals

November 13, 2009

Alabama's most populous county filed suit Friday blaming Wall Street powerhouse JPMorgan Chase and others for the financial disaster that brought it to the brink of what would be the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. The suit, filed...

State insurance regulators approve new way to value residential-mortgage bonds

November 6, 2009

State insurance regulators yesterday voted in favor of using a new method to evaluate residential mortgage-backed securities that would allow them to reduce the capital requirements related to these investments. The proposal was pitched by the...

First American Funds' Tim Palmer: Bet on financial sector's high-grade bonds

October 30, 2009

With the economy in recovery mode, Tim Palmer, a senior portfolio manager with First American Funds, has zeroed in on the financial sector's high-grade bonds. “The economic recovery won't be all-inclusive and rapidly expanding from this point,”...

Bond giant Pimco plans to build up its active-equity capability

October 25, 2009

Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC is planning to build active-equity-management capability, possibly by lifting an existing team from a rival firm, according to sources familiar with the company. For a money manager so entrenched in bonds,...

Morgan Stanley hit with $90K fine for muni-bond pricing

October 25, 2009

Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay a $90,000 fine to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. to settle charges that it traded municipal bonds at unfair prices. The fine covered 11 corporate-bond trades and three muni-securities trades...

Looking beyond the basic bond ladder strategy

October 25, 2009

Fixed-income securities — traditional tools to dampen portfolio volatility — are now behind investment strategies intended to guarantee retirement in-come and cash flow. In its most basic form, this kind of bond-based investing sets out...

Catastrophe bond issues expected to surge this quarter

October 25, 2009

The catastrophe bond market is poised for an active fourth quarter as several factors combine to boost the insurance-linked-securities sector, according to experts and observers. Insurers may issue $1.2 billion to $2.2 billion in new catastrophe...

Bond giant Pimco plans push into active equities

October 19, 2009

PIMCO is planning to build active equity management capability, possibly by lifting an existing team from a rival firm, according to sources familiar with the company. For a money manager so entrenched in bonds, the move is likely to cause a...

SEC slaps Schwab with warning over bond funds

October 18, 2009

The Securities and Exchange Commission's warning to The Charles Schwab Corp. that it could face civil charges over two fixed-income mutual funds may have a direct effect on current and looming legal actions from investors over losses suffered...

Payden & Rygel's bond chief, Kristin Ceva: Emerging-markets debt still rife with opportunities

October 15, 2009

With the stock market rallying for nearly eight months, it might be easy to overlook the opportunities in the credit markets, according to Kristin Ceva, head of global fixed-income investing at Payden & Rygel. “From a fixed-income point of...

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