Municipal bonds are at some of their cheapest levels, relative to Treasuries, in market history. The problem is, most muni buyers don’t care.

Or so it seems. Traders and portfolio managers speak of muni-Treasury relationships daily, but the average retail investor doesn’t seem to pay much attention. Nor is it clear that they should.

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