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Income Fund Portfolio Managers Discuss Rising Rates and the Impact on Bond Investors
After years of relative calm, bond investors are suddenly facing the reality of rising interest rates in 2018. The portfolio management team for the PIMCO Income Fund, Daniel Ivascyn and Alfred Murata, discuss the implications for investors. Q: What would you say to bond investors who are worried about rising interest rates? Ivascyn: That is a very good question, and
Despite the Recent Wreck, Tech ETFs Are Luring Investors This Year
Perhaps not surprisingly, data indicate the sector analysts' are most bullish on is technology. Over the past year, the Technology Select Sector SPDR (NYSE: XLK) and the tech-heavy PowerShares QQQ (NASDAQ: QQQ) are up 24 percent and 22.6 percent, respectively, while the S&P 500 is higher by 13.7 percent. "With the end of the first quarter approaching, where are analysts
How Artificial Intelligence Has Made its Way From Wall Street's Top Hedge Funds to Retail Investors
The use of Artificial Intelligence as an investing tool was once reserved for the top of the Wall Street food chain. Only the largest commercial traders, financial institutions, hedge funds, and others with the necessary resources could implement an AI-based trading strategy into their portfolios. But as Bob Dylan said, 'the times they are a-changin'. Today you'd be hard-pressed to
Looking Past Volatility
PIMCO takes a long-term view of markets and economies, one that anchors investment decisions during shorter-term periods of market volatility. Nonetheless, the dramatic return of market volatility has understandably unnerved many investors. On 9 February, Daniel J. Ivascyn, group chief investment officer, and Scott Mather, CIO U.S. core strategies, updated clients on the dynamics at play. They discussed both the
The women to follow all year-round on financial Twitter
We've compiled a list of women to follow on financial Twitter all year round. From economists to traders, here are the women NexChange has selected. Who would you add to the list? Download the app here to comment. Big thinkers/economists: Stephanie Kelton @StephanieKelton Professor, political/economic commentary – advisor to Senator Bernie Sanders Christine LaGarde @Lagarde Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund