Back to Basics. Back to Bonds
You’ve heard that bonds are dead, given the current environment.
But a $5.3-trillion industry¹ doesn’t die in times like this — it adapts. Bonds have been a stalwart of investment portfolios for decades, but to take advantage of new opportunities, those portfolios have to adapt to a new market reality.
Join Kevin Headland and Macan Nia, Manulife Investment Management’s co-chief investment strategists, as they chat with Dan Janis and Chuck Tomes of the global multi-sector fixed-income team (the team that manages the Manulife Strategic Income fund). They’ll explain why bonds have formed the basis of portfolios for so long and what value they continue to offer in a new rate environment.
With their insight, you’ll understand the opportunities that have opened up over the last year, and you’ll see why it may be time to get back to bonds.
¹Source: Securities statistics (statcan.gc.ca) | Q2 2022
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