Individual investors have been flocking to municipal bond funds, searching for safety and relatively high yields.
But for investors buying long-term bond funds, the search for yield farther out on the curve could expose them to risks they may not have calculated. They could gain little in longer-duration munis if interest rates hold, and they would be negatively affected if rates rise, industry pros say.
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