markets debt funds, marking their biggest weekly inflows since June of last year, and $2 billion into high-yield bond funds in the week ended Feb. 25, data from a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research report showed on Friday.
years. I own several funds for a long time now, most with substantial gains, but feel a need to start from scratch, zero based investing. In your opinion, what is the best mix of bond funds , not individual bonds, for that time period?
highlight a more conservative, all-weather fund; a high-quality dividend-payer; and a higher-risk but well-managed bond fund as solid choices for an IRA. 401(k) Investors: Avoid These 20 Mistakes While company retirement plans often have guardrails
I read a warning in latest Money mag about BSV's large 60% holding in Treasuries. Worries that about rising interest rates and this sector being more vulnerable. This is a core short term bond fund I use. Comments? Suggestions? Diversify into some VCSH?
NEW YORK, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Investors in U.S.-based funds poured $4.1 billion into taxable bond funds in the week ended Feb. 25, marking the eighth straight week of inflows, data from Thomson Reuters' Lipper service showed on Thursday.
very strong tax efficiency. On the fixed-income side, I eschewed bond funds with higher incomes and, in turn, higher tax costs. Instead, I employed municipal- bond funds --in this case, from Fidelity. I stuck with the firm's short
managed and index funds for equity exposure, and municipal- bond funds for fixed-income exposure. To be sure, broad-market ..... tax-efficient bucket portfolios, I employed municipal- bond funds --in this case, from Fidelity. Because the moderate and
but then the state return cannot be e-filed. Also the subtraction of the portion of municipal bond fund interest from MI sources and bond fund interest from US Government sources on MI Schedule 1 doesn't seem to work either. Turbo Tax Deluxe
One of the things you focus on is the mutual fund landscape. And for investors who are attempting to invest in municipal- bond funds , what should they be looking for in a firm when they are attempting to gravitate toward the funds that will be the better
and junk debt—both sovereign and corporate—from issuers around the globe. Is it a ETF in disguise for it's Multi Bond fund > DLFNX? and will he leverage it ? "TOTL is part of a "master feeder" structure, in which the fund invests most of its