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Duration: To Hedge or Not to Hedge

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Wed, 1 Apr 2015

​Because duration tends to be an important component of the return profile in a bond portfolio, adjusting exposure rather than hedging it away may make sense for many investors. Low duration strategies may provide a level of interest-rate duration that provides a better trade-off between a full mar

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