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How It Got Riskier to Own High-Quality Corporate Bonds

Bonds issued by United States companies with strong balance sheets have been delivering the weakest returns of all major American bond categories this year, adding to the headaches of fixed-income inv... read more

There Is No Bond Bear Market

Even high-yield parts of the market, such as corporate ... type of bonds they own and what maturity is right for them. If you still fear rising rates, even after all the evidence proving you should no... read more

How to invest for the next recession

A short-term bond fund holding high-quality securities tends to be safest ... a group of highly rated government and corporate bonds. The Barclays “agg,” as its known, did fall in value for short peri... read more

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How To Balance Your Approach To Bonds [Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF, PIMCO ETF Trust]

With the yield on the 10 year US Treasury hovering around 2%, investors have been looking to riskier asset classes ... in the form of higher yield potential. Similarly, a high quality corporate bond s... read more

Junk Bonds Give the Optimists a Reason for Being

At 3.58 percentage points, the extra yield investors demand to own below investment-grade corporate bonds ... in the currency and bond markets have eroded as trade tensions between the U.S. and China ... read more

How to Invest Your First $1,000

Mutual funds (and some ETFs) also often require at least $1,000 to get started and many have ... While investment-grade bonds can be extremely low-risk, so can a diversified portfolio of high-quality ... read more

How to survive a bear bonds market

This is the extra yield or interest rate investors get from buying riskier bonds. Spreads are measured in ... the base rate of interest set by the Bank of England. By contrast, a high quality corporat... read more

Beauty of bonds lost in stampede to the exits

“For the folks who are really trying to find noncorrelated and less volatile investments, bonds fit that profile, and people own bonds because there ... bonds that have been able to surpass high-quali... read more

Build up your bond portfolio

Uncle Sam will never default on his debts, but corporate bond issuers might. To mitigate this credit risk, stick with a mix of high-quality ... own bond portfolio takes work - even more so than buy-an... read more

Bond Investors Need to Know About Maturity, Duration

All bonds are loans from the bond buyer to the issuer. If you pay $1,000 for a 10-year bond yielding 2 percent, you earn $20 a year for 10 years and then get back your $1,000 ... Consider municipal bo... read more

When Should Investors Buy and Sell Bonds?

In the early 2000s, investors could own ... can get a 6 to 7 percent yield with high-yield sovereign bond funds. [Read: How to Invest in Wine.] In addition to sovereign debt being a good allocation ri... read more

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