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Deciding how to hedge interest-rate risk begins with a personal assessment: What kind of fixed-income investor are you? The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates today for the first time in nearly seven years. If the era of post-financial-crisis, ultra-low rates is coming to an end, managing that transition to higher rates is imperative.
Conventional fixed-income ETFs are not the reduced-risk investment many expect. Actually, they are aggressive active bets on the direction of future interest rates. That gamble worked magnificently for most of the past 33 years. But unless we expect substantial negative interest rates (i.e. huge taxes against savings), that play has
Investors who are implementing a laddered fixed-income portfolio with varying maturities to better manage interest rate risk may take a look at two new Guggenheim Investments target-maturity bond exchange ...