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Should Investors Avoid Fixed Income Securities When Interest Rates Rise?
Saturday, September 1, 2012
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A serious decision facing advisors and investors is whether to rid their portfolios of bonds. With interest rates at extraordinarily low levels, many experts understandably expect rates to rise at some point. When interest rates rise, bond prices fall, of course. That means holding bonds would seem to be a pretty bad idea.

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