This month marks the 7-year anniversary of the bull market that arose out of the financial crisis. It is the second longest bull market in history. The U.S. markets had a terrific month with the S&P 500 gaining +6.78%. The international markets were also up strongly led by emerging markets (MSCI EM +13.03%).

The high yield sector led the fixed income markets (Barclays U.S. Corp. HY +4.44%), and the long end of the treasury market was negative. The current volatility within the fixed income sectors highlights how a tactical approach to fixed income can provide value in an asset allocation.

Web Event: Dynamic Fixed Income Strategies for 2016

For more on our tactical approach to Fixed Income, please join us on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at 2:00 pm EDT, as ETF Trends welcome Sean Clark, Chief Investment Officer, for a discussion on:

  • What investors need to consider when building fixed income portfolios today
  • Areas of fixed income that we believe will hold up better than others
  • How and why ETFs can help in today’s environment
  • How ETF Strategists are navigating today’s fixed income markets for their advisor clients
  • The possible benefits of working with an ETF Strategist

This webcast is accepted for 1 hour of CFP®/CIMA® CE Credit.


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