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This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com.
In a changing fixed-income market environment, investors have to carefully balance yield generation with rising interest rates that are likely to result in slower economic growth, and perhaps even a recession. Some have looked into the high-yield, debt market as a means to generate attractive income opportunities and hedge potential interest rate risks. Others are […]
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