Bank loan funds aren't in the dog house yet
Can be useful to hedge against rising rates, and for income potential and low correlation.
By Frank Ossino, Senior Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager
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Shouldn’t come as a surprise given how cheap US Treasury rates are vs global sovereign rates.
TIC flows: foreign central banks & private investors bought a net $284b over the 1st 9 months of 2014 vs $83b in the same time period 2013.
Strong payrolls & budding signs of wage growth will boost Fed’s confidence. Market is pulling forward 1st hike expectations to mid 3Q15.