Junk bond funds recently saw a $5 billion weekly inflow – the biggest surge on record. Is the turnaround for junk bonds sustainable, or is it a trap?
By Tony Daltorio | Dec 15, 2015
Third Avenue Focused Credit Fund closed its door to redemptions last week, causing junk bonds to experience their largest one-day tumble since 2011.
By Tony Daltorio | Dec 8, 2015
On Nov. 30, the International Monetary Fund added China's currency, known as the renminbi or the yuan, to its basket of reserve currencies.
By Lawrence Meyers | Nov 17, 2015
There are numerous portfolio diversification techniques, but one of the most useful when it comes to fixed income is the bond laddering strategy.
By Kent Thune | May 22, 2015
Is the credit risk of high-yield bond funds worth the extra yield you're getting now?
By Rick Pendergraft | Mar 26, 2015
I expected a fair number of stocks and ETFs on the bearish scan. What jumped out was that three of the 37 names on the list were prominent bond ETFs.
By Kent Thune | Jan 29, 2015
Bill Gross may have parted ways with PIMCO, but that doesn't mean he's no longer the bond king.
By Stephen Mauzy | Jan 28, 2015
Bill Gross has invested $700 million in his new Janus bond fund; should investors follow his lead?
By Chris Preston | Jan 15, 2015
Dividend stocks are your best bet in a world where interest rates are mired near zero and Treasury bond yields have plummeted.
By Stephen Mauzy | Jan 7, 2015
Rising interest rates and fixed-income opportunities aren't a given in 2015.