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Strengthen Your Core

Strengthen Your Core

by Scott DiMaggio, Alison Martier
Core bond investors tend to have a strong “home bias.” But our research shows that global bonds have offered comparable historical returns and considerably lower volatility than local markets over the long term. In addition, a global approach offers protection when local rates climb.

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