Fixed Income

We can't see a bottom for these three high-yield funds.
Should Third Avenue Management's Focused Credit Fund have been allowed to exist as a mutual fund?
The psychological effect of the rate hike is the hardest to measure.
Panic selling is reaching a crescendo amid Third Avenue's bad news.
With one high-yield fund already freezing redemptions, others may soon follow.
Those trapped in high-yield bonds try to hedge their positions via correlation trades in equities.
Amid indiscriminate buying of HYG options, it's a good time for traders to consider stepping in.  
The mega-investor thinks they're ready to 'blow up,' but they won't.
The question now is if there are many funds like this one.
Wading into energy, cyclicals and Treasury rates.

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