Driverless cars may be the wave of the future. But when it comes to bond investing, it’s best to keep your hands on the wheel. Anything less could do serious damage to your fixed-income portfolio.
When building a portfolio, investors will often look at a stock’s valuation to determine whether or not it is a good investment.
Investors often ask us which of the two primary bond market risks—interest rate or credit—they should focus on in 2017. Our answer? Both of them—and the interaction between the two.
These are uncertain times in markets, and that creates a dilemma for investors who need high levels of income but can’t stomach a high level of risk. We have a solution. Actually, we have two.
While many group commodities as one asset class, in reality each commodity trades on its own fundamentals. Historic correlation between commodities has been relatively low. In this outlook we will provide an overview of our views on major commodities within each sub-category.
Individual commodities trade on their own fundamentals. Near-term pressure on gold and silver to give way as inflation rises faster than interest rates. Oil to continue range bound trading in first half until visible signs of production cut-backs emerge...