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The Yield is Gravity

Yield remains the dominant force of returns over time for many fixed-income portfolios; price volatility and default risk are necessary to earn a premium.

Managing Equity Risk When Rates Rise

Managing equity risk when rates rise may be difficult for investors whose risk management plan relies exclusively on asset class diversification.

Should we celebrate rising rates?

Are rising rates something to fear or something to celebrate? In this post we explore the opportunities hidden in a rising rate environment.

Rates fell, so why did Canadian preferreds lose 20%?

The Bank of Canada cut rates in 2015 – so why did Canadian preferreds lose 20%? And what can American investors learn from this experience?

What happened to rising rates?

Rising rates seemed so imminent. What happened? And what do current federal fund rate futures say about when rates may rise in the future?

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