Entering 2021, many market participants were contemplating how high-yield bonds would perform in a rising rate scenario.
Back in 1999 one of our team members published a U.S. Portfolio Strategy piece. It centered on: A Volatility Framework For The Corporate Market.
Gibson Smith, Portfolio Manager, CIO of Smith Capital Investors joins Animal Spirits’ Podcast hosts, Ben Carlson and Michael Batnick of Ritholtz Wealth Management to discuss the state of the fixed income market and what to watch for in the coming year.
The market seems to be anxiously awaiting an extreme move from Treasuries. The tone on rates has moved decidedly less bullish as the consensus embraces the view that rates will gradually move higher as the global economy recovers. While we do believe there will be a period in 2021 that takes the long bond back to pre-COVID yield levels (a steeper curve), we believe market volatility remains present in the short-term as event risk continues to be front and center.
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The Federal Reserve looks like it may be the only game in town — again.
Following fund flows for much of 2020, we continue to view – with a high probability – that the large allocations to cash will continue moving off the sidelines and into risk assets over the coming months.