Both the Fed and the U.S. federal government provided unprecedented responses to the market turmoil last week. The natural question on investors’ minds is whether the time has come to begin positioning their fixed income portfolios for what comes next. Kevin Flanagan explains why one of the most noteworthy items to consider is your interest rate profile.
The current money and bond market environment has afforded investors the opportunity to review their fixed income asset allocations. So, what are fixed income investors to do? Kevin Flanagan discusses.
While 2019 thus far has been, generally, a year of falling rates, going forward, the path seems less certain for a host of reasons. Against this investment backdrop, we continue to advocate for investors to consider the barbell approach when looking for fixed income solutions for 2020 and beyond.
The rally in the U.S. Treasury market has created a rather interesting investment backdrop. Recent market events have left investors with some important decisions to make in their fixed income portfolios. Kevin Flanagan helps investors with their decision process.
When looking at the money and bond markets, they almost seem to be saying to the Federal Reserve (Fed), “Would you please cut rates already?” Against this backdrop, we continue to advocate for a solution designed to help fixed income investors navigate the waters that loom ahead without making a high conviction bet on where rates are headed: the barbell strategy.