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Tag: bank loans

J.P. Morgan Outlook Implies Satellite Bonds Are King

J.P. Morgan's 2016 capital market assumptions imply that satellite bonds are king and core stocks and bonds must be complemented with alternative exposures.

When can income be growth?

What do Greece and Bank Loans have in common?

How the recent market shutdown in Greece illustrates that concerns over bank loan ETFs may be overstated.

Can you avoid rising rates with high carry assets?

A Brouhaha in Bank Loan ETFs

Bank loans are income generating assets that offer nearly pure exposure to credit risk. They can be useful in a portfolio if their unique risks are managed.
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