With interest rates near historic lows, bonds can seem unexpectedly risky.
"At times like these, floating rate funds can look appealing," says Benjamin Sullivan, client service manager at Palisades Hudson Financial Group, a planning firm in Scarsdale, N.Y. Floating rate funds acquire loans made by banks and other lenders, often to companies with credit ratings below investment grade.
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