Weekly HY Fund Outflows Top $1.6B
- A Taste for Risk Among the Elite. Husband, Sarah // Investment Dealers' Digest;5/3/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 18, p7
Explores why high-yield investors are targeting high yield portfolio in the United States. Mutual funds; Interest rate risk of high-grade accounts; Purchase of high-yield bonds.
- HIGH YIELD: A PERPETUAL FLAME DRAWING INVESTOR MOTHS. Cassidy, Don // On Wall Street;May2008, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p42
The article focuses on high-yield securities. The author says that these securities are easily to sell to investors because the cash flow is expected next quarter or next year and that people earnestly dislike focusing on risk and loss. He cites some of the risks involved in high-yield...
- High Grade Investors Fish In High Yield's Nether Regions. Husband, Sarah // Bank Loan Report;5/3/2004, Vol. 19 Issue 18, p9
Reports that high grade investors are moving into high yield investment in the United States. Outflows in high yield mutual funds; 12-year bond issue from American Equity Investment Life Insurance Co.; Interest-rate risk.
- Down to Earth. Fridson, Martin // Financial Planning;Nov2003, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p111
Presents guidelines for investing in high-yield bonds. Factors which contributed to the positive performance of high-yield bonds in 2003; Key decision of the financial planner; Appropriate strategies for investors.
- Triumphant convertibles? // Money Marketing;11/7/2013, p53
The article discusses the challenges facing the high-yield market in Great Britain. It states that the rapid increase has pushed the price of many high-yield bonds above the value at which they will mature. It cites that the strong performance has created a volatile investor base and many...
- Recession or Not, It's Time to Buy HY. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;9/12/2011, p10
The article discusses why it is feasible to buy high yield bonds regardless of whether there will be a double-dip recession or not. Contrasting ideas as to the reliability of wide high yield bonds in predicting recession are presented. Market analysts observe that the widening spreads can mean a...
- Investors Unafraid of Second-Lien Revival. M. S. // Bank Loan Report;11/1/2010, Vol. 25 Issue 42, p1
The article reports on the confidence of investors in dealing with the revival of second-lien high yield bond issuance in 2010 in the U.S. Accordingly, investors have learned from their mistakes in 2007 and asserts that the second-lien high yield bond market in 2010 is not as risky as before. It...
- Issuers Keep Churning Out HY Sequels. Sheahan, Matthew // High Yield Report;12/13/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 50, p20
The article reports on the efforts of junk bond issuers and their banking agents to offer add-on tranches to existing high yield bond deals as of December 2010. It says that these add-on offerings are less risky than attempts at new offerings and they make life easier for issuer and investor...
- Lower yields confound great expectations. Patel, Kiran // EuroProperty;2004 Supplement, p19
This article focuses on lower rate of returns. History tells us that when rental values fall, investors shy away from the asset class. Despite an unbalanced position whereby supply exceeds demand, investors are continuing to turn their attention towards property. Unlike bond and equity yields,...