For several years, investors have been acting bullish (if not thinking bullish) in bonds, bidding up safe instruments, while the interest in equities is still modest, with the potential for more relative value, says Oaktree's Howard Marks.
You're likely to see red ink in bonds and still-strong year-to-date performance in stocks when you check your portfolio after a rocky second quarter. Our director of personal finance offers tips for what to do next.
Favorable fundamentals and better yields relative to other fixed-income assets make high-yield bonds worthy of a long-term allocation, but investors shouldn't try to time the market and must ratchet down their return expectations, say T. Rowe Price High-Yield manager Mark Vaselkiv.
A diversified portfolio including MLP, trust preferred, and mortgage-backed securities can return a decent yield in a market where traditional income sources are lacking, says Sanibel Captiva Investment Advisers' Pat Dorsey.
Morningstar director of fixed-income research Eric Jacobson dives into some of Morningstar's favorite flexible core bond funds and why investors should consider tapping active bond managers in today's environment.
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Bond managers from DoubleLine Capital LP's Jeffrey Gundlach to Pacific Investment Management Co.'s Bill Gross are telling investors the worst may be over for Treasury bonds after 10-year yields rose to a 22-month high.