Friday's market action showed traders are still willing to act as though the Fed controls inflation.
More investors are flocking to cash, according to a new survey from Wells Fargo.
RBC Wealth Management's Craig Bishop likes corporate debt and munis, but avoids high yield.
The dividend is under pressure, but bonds could give investors income.
Negative rates are a tax masquerading as stimulus.
U.S. companies issue more debt in euros, but will London still be allowed to clear transactions?
The trade I prefer now in JNK is the bearishly biased long put shooter, expiring in December.
While it has not been a home run, high yield has certainly been a hit for investors this year, especially emerging market and energy issues
Fixed income investors shouldn't worry about a Federal Reserve rate increase until 2017 according to RBC Wealth Management.
Planned hefty insider purchases raise the question of whether the market is wary of investing in the solar company's debt.