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Investing Ideas

Don't forget about credit risk

Remember credit risk

Unconventional bond strategies may help manage rate risk, but could fall short for investors.

Time for munis

Higher tax rates and relative interest rates may make munis worth a look.

Demographic trends

History shows investors which industries may benefit as a country’s economy matures.

Keep more of your gains

Choosing the right account may help you keep more of your investing gains.

Investing Strategies

Is it time to look at CDs?

If you've been ignoring your cash holdings, you might be missing some opportunities.

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Seismic market shifts

What the big changes underlying the markets may mean for investors in the future.

Stocks

REITs may do well

Despite a solid run in 2014, REIT values remain reasonable and fundamentals are strong.

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Consumer revolution

Customers begin to expect more choice, service, and better conduct from companies.

Bonds

Value add for bonds

The size and complexity of the bond market can give active managers an advantage.

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2015 bond moves

Manager of the year nominees on what worked in 2014 and the outlook for this year.

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The municipal bond story

View our video, rated A+ by Corporate Insights.

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