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Let's face it. This is not your father's fixed-income market.
Despite a recent rise, yields have been down for the most part, and those in control of such things want to keep them that way for as long as possible.
The economies of the world are still trying to gain traction, and while the United States is doing better than much of the world, it isn't exactly shooting the lights out.
There are also signs that global weakness and the ongoing trade disputes could slow things down even further.
That's not an environment that'll inspire interest rate hikes.
So we need to continue to find high-yielding opportunities outside of the mainstream, and I have just the one… Full Story