Fixed Income

As overvalued as I believe the the U.S. stock market may be, fixed-income instruments may be even more overvalued.
The bond market usually wins.
Treasury rates are likely headed lower in the near term.
Ever since Apartheid ended in 1994, South Africa's government has maintained a healthy respect for separation of government and business. Now, investors fear, that might be changing.
The idea that perhaps March's very low employment reading is just statistical noise is boosted by two facts.
If you are a long-term investor, take a good look at the countries to which you allocate money.
Among the reasons: The European Central Bank will not want to disrupt markets by slowing its asset purchases so sharply as to cause a crash.
I don't see much scope for rates to keep falling without a meaningful change in Fed expectations.
Certainties have deteriorated amid GOP infighting and Russia issues.
After decades of gains, Treasuries are finally set for a sustained decline.

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