Is central bank support for corporate bond markets truly unlimited? Our sense is decidedly not.
The perception and the reality of portfolio diversification can turn out very different in adverse market environments.
It is widely assumed that government bonds are inherently ‘safe’ investments but this assumption is no longer so reliable.
Liquidity often gets little attention until something goes wrong … and in March 2020 things certainly went wrong.
Government bond markets are now at the precipice of a paradigm shift.
In a market where every asset class seems to be at the mercy of volatility, investors are left wondering if there are any real safe havens anymore.
For several decades now, the correlation between asset prices has generally been increasing.
In this Livewire video, Dr Laura Ryan discusses a strategy that can produce returns regardless of whether interest rates are rising or falling.
If used improperly, statistics and the graphical representation of those statistics can be misleading
How can a negative yield bond deliver a positive return, or a positive yield bond deliver a loss?