The Federal Reserve's new hawkish direction looks ready to create bond buying opportunities this year, especially for corporate bonds.
A large number of investors have never seen the Federal Reserve in a hawkish mindset and that will create bond buying opportunities this year.
When the Fed raised interest rates this week, Chair Janet Yellen ushered in a new paradigm of 'gradualism.' There are still some perils, though.
Federal Reserve Chief Janet Yellen did more than simply raise interest rates this week, she ushered in a new paradigm of gradualism.
The problems roiling the junk bond market are isolated to the energy sector and investors should use this selloff as a buying opportunity.
The leverage imbedded within many closed-end funds (CEFs) will create even wider discounts to their respective net asset values as the first Federal Reserve rate hike nears.
Nuveen is merging eight closed-end funds down to two and this will greatly benefit shareholders of the Dividend Advantage Muni Fund 2 (NXZ).
The disappointing October jobs report knocked the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond back below 2%.
Doug Kass shares his views on why he's buying banks, Ford and munis.
Forget all the noise about whether the Fed will postpone hiking interest rates. The central bank must raise rates to stay in sync with the market.