Hot Reads: Fixed Income Finally Looks Promising

Plus, why some SPACs are under threat of liquidation.

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Expected Returns for Bonds Finally Attractive (A Wealth of Common Sense)
Fixed income looks a lot more promising today than it did a year ago.

 

SPAC Liquidations on the Rise (Institutional Investor)
Some special purpose acquisition companies are set to vote on extensions to avoid having to return money to investors.

 

El-Erian: 'Relentless Appreciation of the Dollar' Is Terrible News (Fortune)
The dollar's strength could be a nightmare for the global economy.

 

Wall Street Sell-Off Deepens on 98% Recession Odds (Advisor Perspectives)
Stocks are still in free fall and bearish sentiment is far from getting exhausted.

 

This Is Not 2008 (The Irrelevant Investor)
The housing market is red hot, but that doesn't mean a fall will result in a financial crisis.

 

Is Your Portfolio Ready for More Rising Interest Rates? (Morningstar)
How to assess your stock bond and cash holdings.

 

The 3 Best ETFs to Buy as the Market Plunges (The Motley Fool)
These funds stand out as no-brainers during a plummeting market.

 

Why Companies Downplayed Their Earnings (Institutional Investor)
To buffer the impact of a potential recession, some of the nation's biggest companies have written down their earnings in the first half.

 

Volatility Regime May Dominate Business Cycle Environment (Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views)
Looking at the business cycle through a volatility lens.

 

High Dividend Yield Can Blunt Losses for US Shares (The Capital Spectator)
Dividend funds have had more mild losses than other types of ETFs.

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