Fixed Income

Chatter about a bond shortage has died down.
Better sell some bonds while they are still boring.
This meeting might appear more hawkish than most expect.
Bond bulls now have their line in the sand.
I like adding to TIPS exposure and any bets on the Fed hiking rates in second quarter 2015.
Let's revisit the question of why to own them.
Yields may still surprise us on the upside.

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Spanish bonds are now more attractive than Treasuries. 
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