Bond Volatility Returns

Volatility has returned to the markets… but not where people are expecting it. The volatility is NOT in stocks… but bonds. And it could cost people a lot.

Why is this happening? Has this happened before? What does it mean? If it has happened before how did it resolve itself? Who got hurt? Who didn’t get hurt? And finally, how should we position ourselves?

These are good questions.

And I answer these and a few more in this two-part video titled Bond Volatility Returns… How Not To Get Hurt.

Here’s part-one of Bond Volatility Returns:

And here’s part-two of Bond Volatility Returns:

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In Your Corner,

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RC Peck, CFP

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