A risky portfolio proposition: Chasing higher fixed income yields
Brett Wander, CIO, CSIM Fixed Income and Matt Hastings, Vice President, CSIM Taxable Fixed Income, share their views on Fixed Income market conditions and explain how investors could unknowingly assume undue risk in the Fixed Income allocation of their portfolios in the pursuit of yield.
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