One of the top topics on the minds of investors today is the fixed income market. Rising interest rates have been placing downward pressure on bond prices which may cause some investors to question whether they should sell their bond portfolios and buy CDs or short-dated treasury bonds. Head of Wealth Advisory, Thomas K.R. Wilson, CFA, along with the Head of Orion’s Fixed Income, Josh Flade, CFA, tackle this issue the attached 7-minute video discussion.
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