It seems as though in the past few days PONDX has suffered above average losses. Could someone offer an educated guess as for the reason for this? Thank you
from international and EM for bonds because they seem higher risk from what I've read. My main two bond funds are MWTRX and PONDX . I have some in bond index funds but have not been adding to them lately, but would not rule that out as my best option Any
a fund that currently owns 50% of its portfolio at "single B or below" credit rating? You are obviously allocating your PONDX dollars to PTIAX, indicating you expect PTIAX to outperform/hold well even during a drawdown of credit stuff. Richendric
FI CEF 44.08% FBALX 3.18% FBMPX 3.21% FGBLX 3.18% FPACX 1.60% FPURX 1.58% FSHCX 3.19% MAPOX 1.59% PONDX 3.17% VGSTX 1.60% VWINX 1.59% OEF's 23.88% BFK 6.12% MMU 2.17% MNP 1.85% Muni 10.13% Cash 8.42%
be 26.79% and the cash position will be 6.08%. So the question to the forum is is this a good time to buy PONDX ? I've been tracking it's daily NAV and notice when the market is up PONDX is down so today may be a good day to buy.
against wide market fluctations. So this is what I have come up with and spent $20K on each of the following funds: VWINX PONDX USATX FLAAX GABUX The remaining $10K remains in cash for emergency. Based on this I think she may regularly gain almost
PONDX - have about 3-4% total portfolio invested in IRA. Have been reading this forum and am wondering why I shouldn't exhange PONDX to a mixture of PDI/PFL/PKO. All have basically the same management team
I find M* XRAY is showing correct bond styles for certain ETFs. It place the weight into Not Classified slice. I tried for PGF & PONDX . What is the reason? Thanks for sharing.
the last two Morningstar Fixed-Income Fund Managers of the Year in Dan Ivascyn and Mark Kiesel. (Ivascyn's PIMCO Income PONDX was 10.3% of All Asset's portfolio in June and Kiesel's PIMCO Long-Term Credit PTCIX was 4.2%.) Furthermore
I saw people bought PDI a lot. Wonder if I can buy a similar mutual fund, maybe pondx ? Thx! .