Investors dropped bonds too hastily

By Staff | June 30, 2014 | Last updated on June 30, 2014
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If your clients dropped bonds at the beginning of the year, they’ve missed out on global returns of about 4.2%, say two FTN Financial experts interviewed by Bloomberg.

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The outlet says both Jim Vogel, CFA, and Chris Low, chief economist, have consistently “urged investors to ignore the consensus calling for an inevitable selloff in bonds [in 2014].”

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Bonds yields will drop, finds the pair, but Bloomberg suggests many other strategists and economists made sell-off predictions too early.

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