fixed income

It is not too late for investors to join the emerging markets rally, but they must choose carefully.
Breadth has not been awful, but it has lagged.
There is little the central bank still can do to support U.K. government bonds.
U.K. assets are in for volatility due to Brexit rancor and an election campaign.
French election outcome calms some fears, but there are other reasons why rates have fallen.
The window has opened for a reversal to the downside, and action can be taken to minimize risk.
Uncertainty and turmoil still abound around the world, and the safe-haven trade is an easy call: buy U.S. Treasuries.
This portfolio is designed to produce a blended yield of 6% to 8%.
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.

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