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She's long been watching this. Its move down has been caused by rising rates. But it's starting to tick up. There's still plenty of credit room to move, though maybe a lot less rate movement.
Last week the market was buying downside puts at the 118 strike. We're now at 120. This means people are anticipating higher rates for corporates and individuals. Last week we saw mortgage rates jump and this may erode gains in housing. However, overseas investors own nearly 40% of US stocks--and those people are not re-investing in Europe. This will continue and these folks will be long term. We'll see some rallies and the rest will depend on the news flow.

Corporate bond ETF’s. Corporate bonds are somewhat interest rate sensitive, so you want to watch where interest rates are going. When you look at long-term treasury yields, they are going to stay low for longer and he doesn’t see a substantial move in interest rates.

Although economic conditions have not improved that much and interest rates have fallen, it has proven wonderful for this product. Has benefited from falling yields and slightly tightening credit spreads. Holds everything from BB up. Has an effective duration of about 8 years and an actual maturity of about 12 years so, when interest rates start to rise, start cutting back on this.
Corporate Bond ETF. Average term is too long in this environment. Portfolio is not as diversified as he would like. You also have currency risk. Easy money is behind us on this one.
US Corporate, investment grade, bonds. Low risk, 6.5% yield.
Investment grade Corporate bonds. You have to be aware that you are taking some currency exposure. Low cost efficient way to gain exposure.
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iShares Corporate Bond ETF(LQD-N) Rating

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