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July 2020 / VIDEO

Four Reasons Credit is Attractive Now

We see four reasons why the credit sector appears attractive in this environment.

Key Insights

  • In this environment, we can outline four reasons why a reallocation from stocks to credit securities could benefit a broadly diversified portfolio. 
  • Cheap valuations relative to stocks and the search for yield and income should favor corporate debt issues, including high yield bonds. 
  • Credit markets are buoyed by support from the Fed, and indiscriminate selling has created compelling opportunities for active management.

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