Michael Comes and David Kotok say investors shouldn't be scared away by problems with municipal bonds in places such as Chicago, Detroit and Puerto Rico.
Despite scary headlines of financial problems in places like Puerto Rico, Illinois and Detroit, the municipal bond market is a safe market for investors.
Investors may be too wrapped up in the slipping U.S. stock market to notice Puerto Rico’s troubles, but the Island’s problems are worsening.
EPR Properties' Greg Silvers isn't discouraged by the possibility of higher interest rates or the decline of his company's share price.
Puerto Rico's debt default earlier this month may lead to government reform on the island nation, which still faces a major cash shortfall, said Natalie Cohen of Wells Fargo Securities.
Puerto Rico’s debt default earlier this month may lead to government reform on the island nation, which still faces a major cash shortfall.
'Bond King' Bill Gross says it's time for the Federal Reserve to rethink monetary policy because persistent low interest rates do more harm than good.
Earnings season has been erratic, but overall corporate America is healthy, and that bodes well for high-grade bonds, according to Craig Bishop of RBC Wealth Management.
Earnings season has been erratic thus far, but overall corporate America is healthy and that bodes well for high grade bonds.