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BlackRock alternative credit fund hopes to play rising rates to its advantage
Hedging out rate risk puts the focus on credit opportunities ... and manager sees plenty of them ahead.
Bond investors not ready for a rate hike in September: Pimco
Manager of the world's biggest bond fund says 70-75% chance of fall increase vs. market's 30-35% probability.
Bill Gross says he will short the German bund, eventually
Breakfast with Benjamin: Bill Gross calls out the 10-year German bund, but you'll want to wait more than a year for the end of Europe's easing.
The riddle and the dilemma of global bonds
Breakfast with Benjamin: Bond bulls continue to shrug off logic, claiming it's different this time, even despite negative yields.
Japan bumps China off the mountain as top holder of U.S. debt
Breakfast with Benjamin: Japan takes over as America's biggest creditor but China is right behind. Plus: More banks abandon student loan biz, Colorado's weed tax bummer, and where banking is still beyond at least 2 billion people.
Bill Gross has a winning strategy to profit from range-bound Treasuries
Janus fund manager using options, or what he calls 'selling insurance' against volatility to benefit if 10-year Treasury yield stays in tight band.
CEOs are worried about bond liquidity. Should you be?
Prudential Investment Management CEO David Hunt echoes JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon in warning about shortage of U.S. Treasuries.
Hedge fund bulls go big on oil
Breakfast with Benjamin: Hedge fund bulls go big on oil. What do they know, or think they know?
Dividend stocks might be a better than annuities for income investors
Breakfast with Benjamin: Could dividend stocks actually be a better deal than an annuity for income investors?
Bill Gross' contrarian bet against the dollar helps him regain footing
Bill Gross' bet that the dollar's rally won't continue helps his fund post 2.4% returns in the past month.
Liquidity restrictions haunt money-market funds
As investors hunt for yield and security, money-market fund managers detail their changes.
Positioning bond holdings for when the Federal Reserve raises interest rates
It's important to position portfolios both to gain from rising U.S. Treasury yields and to hedge against global risks in the bond markets.
BlackRock shrinks money market lineup, affecting $200B in assets
Breakfast with Benjamin: The firm is closing or consolidating 20 money market funds with $200 billion in assets.
Jobs report's bad news is bad news
With any luck, by the time the market re-opens Monday, the stunningly weak report will be fully absorbed and diluted along with a weekend full of marshmallow bunnies, chocolate eggs and whatever other news develops. But don't bet on it.
Charles Schwab makes its case for using cash in its automated portfolios
Schwab sees cash serving an important purpose in allocations, providing a source of stability, downside protection and diversification while improving relative total return