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Global Macro Analysis
11/25/2022
Cash’s performance has reigned supreme so far in 2022, but that’s historically been the exception, not the rule.
As bond investors seek to put 2022 behind them, valuations are starting to look attractive.
Fixed income has seen historic drawdowns, but we believe it now offers a singular opportunity for longer-term investors.
Politics
11/21/2022
A look at what’s likely to be accomplished in the lame-duck session and what’s in store for the 118th Congress.
Most fixed-income spread sectors posted positive excess returns, supported by UK political stability, declining gas prices in Europe, and a shift in expectations away from rapid interest rate hikes by major central banks.
Having enough money is key to a successful retirement. But having a strong social network may be more important: Clients with friends are more likely to live healthier, happier lives than those without.
Inevitably, the current Fed rate-hiking cycle will end, providing opportunities for bond investors.
Although the word “unprecedented” is overused, there’s no other word to describe what fixed-income investors have experienced this year. Managing Director at Wellington Management and Fixed-Income Strategist for Hartford Funds, Amar Reganti, shares his thoughts on the past year and where fixed-income goes from here.
Is all the talk about dividend-paying stocks just a fad? Or is there real merit to the dividend argument, particularly at this point in market history?

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