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2 Factors Keeping A Lid On Interest Rates

March 27th, 2013

interest ratesDespite talk of an imminent sharp rise in interest rates, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note is back below 2%. This is more evidence that the much vaunted “Great Rotation” out of bonds has yet to occur. (Otherwise, bond prices would have fallen and yields would have gone up.) Read more…

NYSE:EMB, NYSE:FLOT, NYSE:HYG, NYSE:LEMB

The New Fixed Income World (EMB, HYG, MUB)

March 21st, 2013

ETFsRuss Koesterich: In previous blog posts, I wrote about how the economic and investment world has evolved over the past five years. Now, asthe latest Federal Reserve meeting finishes up, I wanted to delve a little more into how the fixed income landscape in particular has Read more…

NYSE:EMB, NYSE:HYG, NYSE:MUB

Treasury Bond Forecasts are Coming True; Are You Protected? (EMB, PCY, JNK, MBB, TLT, EDV)

February 19th, 2013

market bondsMike Larson: I’ve made no secret of my view on the bond market for the past several months … not here in Money and Markets, not in my flagship Safe Money Report newsletter, not in private conversations and public presentations, or anyplace else! Read more…

NYSE:EMB, NYSE:JNK, NYSE:MBB, NYSE:PCY

3 Bond Strategies For 2013 (LQD, MUB, HYG, EMB, GOVT)

January 29th, 2013

market bondsMatt Tucker: Over the past couple of months, Russ Koesterich has been outlining his outlook for markets and economies in the coming year.  In short, he believes the most likely scenario is that the world – in particular the US – will continue to see slow but stable growth in 2013 Read more…

NYSE:EMB, NYSE:GOVT, NYSE:HYG, NYSE:LQD, NYSE:MUB

Time To Exit Treasury Bond ETFs? (VIG, EMB, PCY, IEI, TBF, TBT)

January 18th, 2013

market bondsNeena Mishra: 2012 was another good year for the bond markets as the investors continued to pour money into bond funds even though the yields plunged. The benchmark 10-year note ended the year at 1.76%–the lowest closing since 1962 and five-year note yieldended at 0.73%–their Read more…

NYSE:EMB, NYSE:TBF, NYSE:TBT, NYSE:VIG

2013 Bond Market Forecast: Where To Find The Best Yields (LQD, PCY, EMB, ELD, COP, VZ, T)

November 8th, 2012

Money Morning Staff: The reality for the 2013 bond market in the United States is that interest rates are forecast to remain low throughout the year and continuing until 2015. Read more…

NYSE:ELD, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:LQD, NYSE:PCY

Hunt For Yield: How Do All The High Yielding ETFs Stack Up (TLT, CLY, HYG, EMB, IDU, IYZ, DVY)

November 8th, 2012

Michael Johnston: Yield, it seems, continues to be on the minds of investors everywhere. With interest rates continuing to hug record lows, finding meaningful current returns has become Read more…

NYSE:CLY, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:HYG, NYSE:IDU, NYSE:TLT

PIMCO Says Do Not Forget Emerging Market Bonds In Your Portfolio (ELD, EMB, PCY, EMCB)

October 31st, 2012

Joseph Hogue: Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO) is out with a very compelling call on emerging market corporate bonds. The rationale is that since the economic crisis in the developed world four years ago, the fiscal and economic strength of emerging markets  Read more…

NASDAQ:EMCB, NYSE:ELD, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:PCY

The Best Place To Find Income In The Market Today (AGG, LQD, HYG, EMB, CEMB, HDV, MO, JNJ)

October 8th, 2012

Martin Hutchinson: It’s a good rule of thumb: when stocks yield more than bonds, stocks are the better buy because of the potential for growth. Read more…

BATS:CEMB, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:HDV, NYSE:HYG, NYSE:LQD

Mythbusting: Young Investors and Bonds (AGG, EMB, HYG)

September 6th, 2012

Matt Tucker: It’s a common misconception: Bonds are for older investors, stocks are for younger investors.  As with many myths there is a bit of truth mixed in – an older investor at or nearing retirement age wants the conservative risk profile and income Read more…

NYSE:AGG, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:HYG

Emerging Markets Sovereign Bond ETFs: Safe With Attractive Yields (EMB, PCY, ELD, EMLC, EBND, LEMB)

July 27th, 2012

Neena Mishra: With the U.S. Treasury bonds now at ultra-low yield levels, the investors are looking at alternate sources of income from their investment portfolios. One asset class which has attracted a lot of investors’ interest recently is emerging markets debt, Read more…

NYSE:EBND, NYSE:ELD, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:EMLC, NYSE:PCY

3 Dividend ETFs That Go Beyond Stocks (IYLD, INKM, GYLD, HYG, EMB, TLT, TLO)

July 25th, 2012

Michael Johnston: Over the past several years, interest in ETFs that offer exposure to high yielding asset classes has surged. From dividend-paying stocks and MLPsto junk bonds and emerging market debt, investor dollars have consistently flown towards assets Read more…

BATS:IYLD, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:GYLD, NYSE:INKM, NYSE:TLT

A Look At Two High-Yield International Bond ETFs Without Currency Risk (PCY, EMB)

May 29th, 2012

ETF Base: Americans have a very different experience in the credit markets than international borrowers and investors. During the 2008 financial crisis –a US “export” to the rest of the world Read more…

NYSE:EMB, NYSE:PCY

A Look At 2 Top Emerging Market USD Bond ETFs Head-to-Head (PCY, EMB)

May 20th, 2012

Neena Mishra: With the “safer” US fixed income instruments such as Treasury bonds and high-grade corporate bonds yielding meager returns, many income oriented investors now prefer Read more…

NYSE:EMB, NYSE:PCY

Rethinking Risk With Corporate Emerging Market Bond ETFs (LQD, EMB, CEMB)

May 17th, 2012

Matt Tucker: Last month, iShares introduced (BATS:CEMB), which gives investors exposure to emerging market corporate debt. Since the fund’s launch we’ve fielded some questions from clients wondering why the yield on CEMB is close to the yield on another Read more…

BATS:CEMB, NYSE:EMB, NYSE:LQD




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