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Seeking Direction in Bonds? Let Your Time Horizon Lead the Way

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Thu, 24 Oct 2013

Let's Get Small was Steve Martin's platinum-selling album of the 1970s, and it appears to be the mantra of many bond investors these days, too. Concerned about what rising interest rates could mean for their fixed-income portfolios, they're shortening up. Funds in the short-term bond category have

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