Templeton Global Income Fund, a truly terrible performance down in a time when most bond funds are up. Down from around $11 to $7, a fall approaching
Treas & Corp Bnds) DLFNX ( Multi) MWTRX ( Multi) PIMIX ( Leverage Multi) BNDX ( New Int'l Bond ETF from VG ) Sold my former GIM /TGEIX. PDI ( Global Bnd) EDV *(& Leveraged TMF ) for Bear Stock Markets And after Bonds take a Hit vs VBLTX * TYO/TMV
do you think it's a good idea? Second, what OEF(CEF) are doing it but also have good performance ? Hasenstab is one option with TPINX/TTRZX/ GIM but I'm not impressed. All the Pimco funds I found are invested mainly in the US.
Ukraine, jump in US rates Pg 28: There are several similar OEF-CEF pairs and 3 are pointed out: AGDAX – AWF, TPINX – GIM , MWTRX – TSI . Pg 29: Web security issues are discussed. Some problems arise from user behavior of using simple or weak passwords
Bond SPHIX 4% Fid High Income GIM 4% Templeton Global Income SAMBX 4% RidgeWorth FR Income ..... to hold long term 3. I bought GIM because of its current discount ..... OSTIX and RSIVX 7. Other that GIM , which I had hoped to keep long
for the quarter ending May 31st reveals a $5.4mm unrealized loss related to $29mm notional of 'receive LIBOR/pay fixed' swaps most of which expire in 2041... oy vey!
It seems that GIM [unleveraged] has turned around. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s= GIM &p=D&yr=1&mn=6&dy=0&id=p47595324592
routinely recognizes NAV symbols. (Stockcharts.com recognizes a few, but only one that I care about). Being able to do math between symbols (e.g. calculate discount, such as XGIMX- GIM at a minimum) would be great. Any suggestions?
t worked as well in the emerging-markets. Pg 32: An interview with bond contrarian Michael Hasenstab [ TPINX, TGTRX, GIM ]. His funds have good long-term records but they can lag short-term, as this year. Bond volatility will go up as monetary
An interview with bond contrarian Michael Hasenstab [ TPINX, TGTRX, GIM ]. His funds have good long-term records but they can lag short-term, as this year. Bond volatility will go up as monetary