Don't Trash Your Junk Bonds Due to Rising Interest Rates

Don't Trash Your Junk Bonds Due to Rising Interest Rates

You may not want to give up on high-yield bonds just yet.

Trade These Ranges for Bonds, Gold, Utility Stocks and Junk Bonds

Trade These Ranges for Bonds, Gold, Utility Stocks and Junk Bonds

The rise in bond yields and the decline in gold prices stalled, and then utility stocks and junk bonds bottomed. Here's how to trade them now.

How to Buy Bond and Gold ETFs on the Cheap

How to Buy Bond and Gold ETFs on the Cheap

The recent rise in bond yields and decline in gold prices has given investors better entry levels for the ETFs that represent these 'flight to safety' investments.

Why Investors Are Buying Bonds, Gold and Utilities Now

Why Investors Are Buying Bonds, Gold and Utilities Now

There is new stability in Treasury bonds, gold bullion and utility stocks -- so should you join the trend and buy them now?

Overbought Stocks Stabilize Bonds, Gold and Utilities

Overbought Stocks Stabilize Bonds, Gold and Utilities

The week between Christmas and New Year's saw profit-taking in stocks and an inflow into the safety of U.S. Treasury bonds, gold and utility stocks.

Bond Markets Are in for a Wild Ride

Bond Markets Are in for a Wild Ride

Bonds are a bargain right now, but be prepared to hang in through the volatile times ahead.

Credit Is Thrown Back to 2005

Credit Is Thrown Back to 2005

The 2005-2006 period may be instructive for what 2017 may bring.

What's the Best That Can Happen?

What's the Best That Can Happen?

Inflation is running much hotter than official government data suggest. Sell your bond funds.

As Fed Shakes Up Market, How to Trade Bonds, Gold, Yield Stocks

As Fed Shakes Up Market, How to Trade Bonds, Gold, Yield Stocks

Treasury bond yields peaked before the Fed raised rates, and gold continues to slump. Utilities and junk bonds are stabilizing.

Jeff Gundlach Predicts Market Sell-Off

Jeff Gundlach Predicts Market Sell-Off

Jeff Gundlach says that 10-year U.S. bond yields could jump to 3% next year as inflation rises.