Things could get far worse before they get better for high yield bond investors, said Collin Martin, fixed income director at the Schwab Center for Financial Research.
Talk about being put on hold, the Federal Reserve might not make a move on interest rates until September unless the economy picks up.
The Technology Select Sector SPDR may be down over 8% so far, but investors should not give up on the ETF or the growth companies it holds just yet.
The market will likely finish higher for the year led by technology and healthcare shares.
The problems that led to the collapse and subsequent closing of Third Avenue’s high yield fund are not indicative of the entire sector.
The process of raising the Federal Funds rate will be so gradual that investors should not expect a serious spike in bond yields.
We can't see a bottom for these three high-yield funds.
The problems roiling the junk bond market are isolated to the energy sector and investors should use this selloff as a buying opportunity.
With one high-yield fund already freezing redemptions, others may soon follow.
It’s tough to be overly bullish on stocks in 2016 because of the friction between an increasingly hawkish Federal Reserve and an economic slowdown in China.