Analysts are conflicted over how municipal investors should protect their 2014 returns and mitigate their interest rate risk after long term yields fell to a five year low in the first-half rally.
Some are pushing investors to target intermediate maturities and others telling investors to adopt a barbell approach, a strategy where investors buy both short and long maturities.
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