Most people hate treasuries right now, but not the largest bond fund manager in the world.
2012 has been a very interesting year for the bond market, with many lessons for investors.
Where should investors look for value in the Mortgage Backed Securities market?
Looking for a bond with the same default risk as a US Treasury but 3 times the yield?
One strategy an astute bond investor can employ for higher bond returns is to try and capture both income and price changes.
While we are certainly not recommending that long term investors speculate on changes in interest rates, those who are going to speculate on the bond market with inverse ETFs should keep the following in mind…
Over the past couple years, with yields on Treasury securities near historic lows across the curve, I’ve often read and heard financial pundits argue that investors should shy away from intermediate to longer-term Treasuries.