- 401(k) plans
- Business Transitions
- Charitable Giving
- Estate Planning
- Practice Management
- Retirement Income
- Retirement Planning
- Social Media
- Tax Planning
- Variable Annuities
- Women in Planning
- Alternative Investments
- Fixed Income
- Mutual Funds
- Real Estate/REITs
- U.S. Equity
Fixed Income Articles
Bill Gross promised in May that Pimco funds would be back on top by the end of the year. His prediction is looking good—unless you count funds Gross runs.
The Pimco Total Return Fund, the world's largest bond fund run by Bill Gross, is ending the month on a rough note, lagging 93 percent of its peers so far in July.
For an investor seeking a conservative product with a touch more risk than a government-backed bond, an agency bond is an option that offers a higher yield.
The site helps educate advisors and investors on the basics of municipal bonds.
Pimco and others are using credit-default swaps for bullish wagers on company debt.
The U.S. sale of $15 billion of 10-year inflation-indexed debt drew the lowest yield in more than a year amid bets consumer-price growth will increase as the economy improves.
Debt investors are becoming more negative on the outlook for corporate credit amid a muted economic recovery.
The last two tightening cycles suggest that worries about the Fed derailing the bond market may be overblown.
Allianz SE, owner of Pimco, is standing by CEO Bill Gross as his main fund trails peers, calling him an industry "legend."
The downing of a Malaysian passenger jet over Ukraine is likely to keep fixed income investors shunning Russia and eastern Europe in favor of other emerging markets.
Financial Advisor Blogs
Portfolio Manager Insights
When talking to potential female clients, find ways to get them talking instead of shutting them down. + Read more
Two new government reports say Social Security and Medicare are not in imminent financial danger + Read more