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Dividend-paying stocks and preferreds, lower-quality bonds, and stable-value funds top readers' lists of investments for a yield-starved environment.
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Four takeaways from May’s spike in yields.
The answers have both short- and long-term implications.
Many Morningstar.com respondents are banking on active management to deliver the goods in the years ahead.
In a tough week for Marsico, the firm is removed as a subadvisor on two separate funds. Also, Calamos plans dividend and mid-growth funds, Oppenheimer to close Discovery to new investors, and John Hancock makes a raft of portfolio-management changes.
Plus, Aston launches five new funds, Northern Trust's first ETFs, and more.
Plus, RiverSource managers depart for Putnam and more fund reopenings.
Let May's yield spike be a wake-up call on duration.