High-yield bonds may sound risky, but they have some advantages in the current market environment, while traditional safe-haven bonds like Treasurys “have some risks” such as the possibility they will “offer negative real returns after inflation,” BlackRock managing director and head of leveraged finance James Keenan says in a report excerpted on Financial Planning’s Research Roundup page.

To read his analysis, click here.

Danielle Reed writes for Financial Planning.









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