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  1. Rivelle: Rates Could Rise in a Hurry When Fed Steps Back

    We could see a very significant rise in interest rates when the Fed ends its zero rate financing program, says Met West CIO Tad Rivelle.

  2. Rivelle: We're in the Risk-On Camp

    Metropolitan West CIO Tad Rivelle says his team is seeing opportunity in high yield, investment-grade financials bonds, and the non-agency mortgage market.

  3. Gross: Bond Investors Not Being Rewarded for Risk Today

    Massive purchases of U.S. debt by the Fed and foreign governments has suppressed yields, pushing the risk/reward trade-off out of balance, says PIMCO's Bill Gross.

  4. Gross: Fund Managers Need Not Restock Treasuries

    Investors don't have to buy overvalued U.S. Treasuries to stock up after the Fed's purchasing program stops, says the PIMCO manager.

  5. Rivelle: Fed Casting a Very Long Shadow on the Bond Market

    To the extent that the Fed has been the helping hand of the bond market, when that helping hand is removed, conditions are likely to change considerably, says Met West CIO and manager Tad Rivelle.

  6. Ferri: Buy, Hold, and Rebalance Works

    Despite market fluctuations, patient investors could have realized over 6% compounded annual returns over the last decade with a disciplined buy-hold-rebalance strategy, says Portfolio Solutions' Rick Ferri.

  7. Levin: Still Very Nervous About the Bond Market

    The bond market has done very well in the current climate, but we just don't see the prospects going forward to be very attractive, says Accredited Investors' Ross Levin.

  8. Deciphering the Big Picture

    In Session 1 of the 2013 Morningstar Individual Investor Conference, Northern Trust's Katie Nixon, Charlie Bobrinskoy of Ariel, and Morningstar's Bob Johnson tackle today's macro questions on government policy, economic growth, inflation, and more.

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