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Morgan Stanley sees market returns tumbling over next 10 years

November 4, 2019

A weak environment for economic growth and inflation, paired with low bond yields, portends anemic returns from a typical stock-bond portfolio over the next decade, according to Morgan Stanley. A traditional fund — split 60% equities and 40%...

Fed will spark 'temper tantrum' by holding rates, Jefferies says

October 28, 2019

Markets are pricing in about a 90% probability that the Federal Reserve will lower interest rates on Wednesday. Jefferies Financial Group Inc. isn't so sure. The global headwinds that pushed the central bank to cut rates in July and September...

Bill Gross: The Fixx

October 15, 2019

Bill Gross, the fund manager known as the Bond King, has launched a new website that has an archive with some of his investment outlooks from the last four decades, as well as the new investment outlook below: "How low can you go?" has been...

Fixed income is still a mystery to many investors

October 28, 2019

The top-line takeaway from a BNY Mellon Investment Management national survey on fixed-income investing was stunning: A measly 8% of Americans were able to accurately define fixed-income investments. The 29-question online survey of just more...

Flight to safety is biggest since Lehman Brothers collapse

October 11, 2019

Investors haven't been this bearish since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. At least that's what their positioning is signaling, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategists. Over the past six months, money-market funds attracted $322...

Green bond market just getting started

October 5, 2019

The $50 trillion global bond market might be more than three times the size of the global equity market, but when it comes to adopting environmental, social and governance strategies, the fixed-income market is just getting started. A lack of...

Fixed-income focus: Beware ending up with the 'ultra-short' straw

June 12, 2019

So far this year, the Federal Reserve has gone from being in a firm rate-hiking cycle into a so-called "Powell pause" — where it put interest rates on hold due to slowing global growth and rising risks to the U.S. economy. Following an extension...

Staying active in a year of volatility

March 21, 2019

Two months ago, we made two broad predictions about the credit markets. The first was that 2019 would be characterized by volatility, with 2018-like ups and downs, albeit with much greater uncertainty and potential for more severe outcomes....

Top 50 fixed-income mutual funds, second quarter 2019

July 20, 2019

Ranked by quarterly returns Name/ticker 3-month return 1-year return 3-year annualized return Portfolio net assets ($M) Expense ratio* 1 Eaton Vance Emerging Markets Local Income Fund;A (EEIAX) 7.45% 10.18% 5.31% $1,019.00 1.22% 2 Vanguard Extended...

Mnuchin eyes 100-year debt Wall Street would just as soon forget

August 29, 2019

The Trump administration is giving careful thought to selling something Wall Street may not be ready to buy: ultra-long debt. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that offering bonds with maturities of 50 to 100 years is under "very serious...

SEC charges financier for stealing $43 million in client funds

June 27, 2019

The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Jason Sugarman, a Los Angeles financier, with directing a fraudulent scheme to gain control over two registered investment advisers so that he and others could steal $43 million of client funds...

Falling rates expose duration risk in bond funds

August 16, 2019

Falling interest rates across the global fixed-income market have proven to be a boon for certain bond funds that are pushing the limits on interest-rate risk. For example, by delivering promised longer-duration exposure, both the Pimco Extended...

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 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...

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...

Gundlach criticizes buy-the-dip mentality

January 9, 2019

Jeffrey Gundlach is worried that investors are getting suckered into buying the dip in stocks, high-yield bonds and leveraged loans. In his annual "Just Markets" webcast Tuesday, DoubleLine Capital's chief investment officer sounded off on a...

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...

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,...

Bond funds soar as stocks slump and hopes for economy start to dim

April 20, 2017

Quick: What type of mutual fund has performed best the past four weeks? If you guessed real estate (3.8%), precious metals (3.6%), or India (+3.5%), nice try. It was long-term government bond funds, which soared 4.5%, according to Morningstar....

Pimco's Dan Ivascyn is relieved firm's lawsuit with Bill Gross is over

April 7, 2017

Daniel Ivascyn is group chief investment officer at Pacific Investment Management Co., lead portfolio manager for the Newport Beach, Calif.-based company's fixed income strategies and the successor to Bill Gross, the company's founder. A graduate...

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