(Bloomberg) -- Mihir Worah decided it was time to bet on rising consumer prices in November after Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities were on track for their worst year on record.

“The selloff had gone too far and the market was pricing in a rate of inflation that was just too low,” said Worah, 47, who was named one of six deputy chief investment officers at Pacific Investment Management Co. in January.

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