This sentiment is not going to change in the short term, so here is how to play it.
Bonds are a bargain right now, but be prepared to hang in through the volatile times ahead.
This may be the time to cash in on your tax-free investments.
For longer-term holders, this muni bond selloff could mean some big yields ahead.
It isn't great that average hourly earnings declined in November, nor is a drop in the labor force a healthy sign.
Lower marginal tax rates don't kill the value of tax-exempt bonds.
Don't count out closed-end funds just because interest rates are expected to rise. There are some great opportunities out there said fund manager Jim Robinson.
Closed-end fund investors seeking a good deal might want to dig into the unleveraged municipal bond arena.
The presidential election outcome will be mostly inconsequential for municipal bonds even if there is a short term knee jerk reaction should Trump win.
Don't expect a Clinton "relief rally" because the markets have considered her the favorite all along,