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Investment themes for a “Groundhog Day” world

Pursue a realistic income goal with more than bonds. Common stocks and a variety of other corporate securities may yield as much as bonds with greater return potential over time.

Sizing up the fixed income market

For the right sized asset manager, disruptions in the fixed income market can create short-term opportunities. Liquidity has deteriorated in recent years and can escalate when a mega manager needs to sell a large position.

Tagged with: Fixed Income, Investing, Markets

Harnessing Fixed-Income Returns Through The Cycle

There are four unique, major fixed-income risks – duration, credit, inflation and currency – and different fixed-income investments respond to them differently. Applying a full understanding of the four risks to a fixed-income portfolio may yield a better risk-return outcome.

| | Tagged with: Asset Allocation, Fixed Income, Interest Rates, Investing, Portfolio Strategies

Global asset allocation update

Thank you for your continued interest in research and insights from Columbia Threadneedle Investments.  Our Global Asset Allocation team continually monitors global economic and market conditions in order to develop our Investment Strategy Outlook.  If you would like to subscribe to this publication,  please click here. A review of the Global Asset Allocation Team’s research continues to point to an environment favorable for stocks over bonds.

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Q&A with Jeff Knight, Global Head of Investment Solutions and Asset Allocation

Q: What do you mean by “solutions” as referenced in your title and domain of responsibility? A: We use that word to refer to investment strategies whose success and risk are defined in an outcome-oriented way as opposed to a benchmark-oriented way.

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Global asset allocation update (March 2015)

Thank you for your continued interest in the research and insights from Columbia Threadneedle Investments.  Our Global Asset Allocation team continually monitors global economic and market conditions in order to develop our Investment Strategy Outlook.  If you would like to subscribe to this publication,  please click here. Source: Columbia Management Investment Advisers, LLC.

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Muni market – Favorable environment remains in place

After 13 consecutive months of positive returns, it is not surprising that the muni market has taken a step backward. We believe that the muni market remains on sound footing due to supportive market fundamentals and technicals, as well as our entrenched high tax environment.

Tagged with: Fixed Income, Global Perspectives, Investing, Muni Perspectives, Muni Perspectives Blog, Municipal Bonds

Municipal bonds – 2015 outlook (video)

In this video, James Dearborn, Head of Municipal Bonds at Columbia Management, shares his 2015 outlook for the municipal bond market. Dearborn emphasizes that low supply, a continuing trend of decreasing defaults and historical resilience to interest rate moves relative to other fixed-income investments combine to paint an encouraging picture for 2015.

Tagged with: Fixed Income, Global Perspectives, Investing, Municipal Bonds
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Columbia Threadneedle Investments is a leading global asset management group that provides a broad range of actively managed investment strategies and solutions for individual, institutional and corporate clients around the world. With more than 2,000 people, including over 450 investment professionals based in North America, Europe and Asia, we manage $506 billion†† of assets across developed and emerging market equities, fixed income, asset allocation solutions and alternatives.

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