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Magazine articles on treasuries, munis, corporate bonds, and junk bonds.
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Investment Advisor
June 2006
S&P Mutual Fund Sector Focus: Emerging Market Debt Rises Bonds issued by emerging markets countries have benefited from an improving balance of payments, as well as trade and current account surpluses since increased global demand for products from these nations particularly commodities, have boosted their exports and reduced debt. mark for My Articles 919 similar articles
Real Estate Portfolio
May/Jun 2006
Michael Fickes
$1 Trillion Milestone Commercial real estate debt and equity securities now exceed $1 trillion. What does that mean? How did securitized commercial real estate grow so large? mark for My Articles 1185 similar articles
June 2006
Scott Bernard Nelson
The Long of It The 30-year bond has made a comeback, but individual investors might be better off picking bonds their own size. mark for My Articles 1269 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 16, 2006
John Dutemple
Hot TIPS to Heed Stocks are best for the long run, but TIPS (Treasury-issued bonds) have a place in a diversified portfolio, too. With higher interest rates, they could pay off in the short run. mark for My Articles 923 similar articles
National Real Estate Investor
May 1, 2006
John B. Levy
Is the CMBS Party Over? The next few months will show modest volume in CMBS, largely because of a downtrend in sales of income property, most of which trigger fresh financing. mark for My Articles 678 similar articles
National Real Estate Investor
May 1, 2006
Matt Hudgins
Year of the Mega Loan Large loans and mushrooming CMBS issuance drove commercial real estate financing levels to an all-time high last year, but lenders say a slowing pace of transactions could temper loan volume as 2006 unfurls. mark for My Articles 1999 similar articles
Financial Planning
May 1, 2006
Stuart Bromberg
The Muni Option Municipal bonds and bond funds are still reasonably cheap and offer tax-free ballast to diversify a portfolio. But when advising clients about municipal bonds, it's important to assess whether the investors could be subject to the alternative minimum tax. mark for My Articles 1401 similar articles
Financial Advisor
May 2006
Tracey Longo
Can This Millionaire Retire? What the long-time mortgage banker won't get is any gifts from the market. Thanks to Treasury bill and bond rates, the margin for error can be pretty slim for retirees these days. And if interest rates continue their ascent after years of historic lows, bond prices could fall dramatically. mark for My Articles 442 similar articles
National Real Estate Investor
April 1, 2006
John B. Levy
Big Supply, Tight Spreads A wave of commercial mortgage-backed securities hit the market in early March, following a dearth of issuance in January and February. Despite the volume, spreads over comparable Treasuries narrowed, perhaps reflecting pent-up demand. mark for My Articles 820 similar articles
Registered Rep.
April 1, 2006
Cold Call: Dick O'Brien In this interview, the self-proclaimed "Bond Geek" discusses selling bonds and the bond market in general. mark for My Articles 918 similar articles
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