The last century ended with a dot-com boom, followed by a real estate boom with each ending in a bust. Could bonds face a similar fate?

According to Bandon Capital Management of Portland, Ore., bonds are another example of "an overly crowded asset class" with more downside risk than upside potential. Moreover, the usual approaches to fixed income investing may have to give way to innovative "long-short" strategies.

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