Millennials, bailing on stocks and other investments, might not find bonds so boring anymore 

Millennials bailing on stocks and other investments might not find

Most millennials have invested heavily in stocks or cryptocurrency — and that hasn’t turned out so well. The S&P 500 Index is down more than 20% so far this year. Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency, is hovering around $19,000 after starting out the year above $45,000. As many younger investors bail out of those investments, bonds … Read more

REITs Versus Bonds As Yield Investments

Investors who are seeking the highest — but safest — yields possible eventually compare real estate investment trusts (REITs) with bonds. This is especially true for retirees who want to make the most of their retirement funds. They want the highest yields possible, but they don’t want to risk their principal.  In order to compare … Read more

‘Absolutely not’: Don’t chase the rally in stocks and bonds right now, investment manager says

Absolutely not Dont chase the rally in stocks and bonds

Investors should eschew chasing recent rallies in stocks and bonds given the current economic uncertainty, according to the chief investment officer of Swiss asset manager Prime Partners. Francois Savary said it was hugely difficult to have clear economic visibility due to the particulars of the current investment cycle, such as the Covid-19 recovery and the … Read more

Investing In Stocks, Bonds, Funds: What Are We ‘Betting’ On?

Investing In Stocks Bonds Funds What Are We Betting On

SolStock/iStock via Getty Images The “Roaring 20s” – Then and Now Back in the 1920s most investors thought the stock market was a big gambling casino, with little underlying rationale for stock price movements beyond changes in the fickle and unpredictable whims of the investing public. The publication of Benjamin Graham and David Dodd’s landmark … Read more

The Future of Sustainable Bonds | Morgan Stanley

The Future of Sustainable Bonds Morgan Stanley

1 Risk Considerations There is no assurance that a portfolio will achieve its investment objective. Portfolios are subject to market risk, which is the possibility that the market values of securities owned by the portfolio will decline and that the value of portfolio shares may therefore be less than what you paid for them. Market … Read more