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Finding a Middle Ground in the Fixed-Income Markets
by: John Diehl
Friday, February 1, 2013
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It seems as though America is always engaged in a struggle between two opposing forces. Whether it's Republican versus Democrat or "tastes great" versus "less filling," it is often difficult to find the middle ground. This task is harder because over time the middle ground may actually shift. This struggle is evident today in fixed-income investing as clients are caught between the desire to "stay safe" and the desire to generate "more income."

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