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  1. Are Corporate Bond Investors Getting Paid Enough?

    Although the interest rate spread between corporates and Treasuries looks reasonable, because interest rates themselves are so low, corporate bond investors aren't being adequately compensated on an all-in basis, says Morningstar's Dave Sekera.

  2. Younes: Europe Taking Easy Medicine First

    Europe is currently trying quick fixes, but the continent will need to make major structural reforms in order to solve the sovereign debt crisis, says Artio's Rudolph-Riad Younes.

  3. Practical Strategies for Today's Bond Market

    The outlook for bonds is just as cloudy as ever, but Morningstar's Miriam Sjoblom and Marta Norton offer helpful tips for setting the right expectations and creating a game plan in today's challenging bond market.

  4. Protecting Capital in Today's Bond Market

    FPA Income manager Tom Atteberry talks about overvaluation among fixed-income assets, the risks of investing in Treasuries, long-term preparation for inflation, and more.

  5. Gross: Treasury Investors Have to Look for Other Choices

    There are countries that have relatively liquid bond markets and offer a more attractive real rate of interest compared to the United States, says the PIMCO manager.

  6. Second Quarter in Bonds: A Damage Check

    Many managers are of the mind that rates have gone about as far as they're going to go for a while, so investors probably don't want to exit the bond market while their funds are down, reports Morningstar's Eric Jacobson. Plus, get an update on fund category performance in the second quarter as well as updates on fund leaders and laggards, including PIMCO Total Return.

  7. Where the Credit Markets Are Heading

    Investors in short- to medium-term corporate bonds will probably be fairly rewarded over the near term, says Morningstar's Dave Sekera.

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