As we move into a market recovery, many investors are wondering how to position fixed income in their portfolios. Recoveries can happen quickly and missing the first few months can detract meaningfully from returns.
In this session, we look back on the recent volatility the municipal market has experienced and discuss actionable items advisors can take as a result of the volatility.
In this session, we explore how President Biden’s proposed tax plan would impact businesses and individuals, and how municipal bonds can help mitigate overall portfolio risk.
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With interest rates at historically low levels, investors still have a pressing need to find reasonable income. In this upcoming webinar, Invesco’s municipal investment leaders representing mutual funds, ETFs and separately managed accounts, will discuss how advisors and investors can use different investment solutions to balance the need for income with the realities of managing risk in an uncertain climate.
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Effective May 14, 2018, new regulations will be adopted aimed at increasing the transparency of bond pricing. The new rules require dealers of corporate, municipal and agency bonds to clearly disclose bond markups and provide retail investors with relevant price comparisons.
The financial impact of 2017’s three devastating hurricanes has varied greatly depending on the region affected. From a credit standpoint, the most important takeaway is that each region’s ability to withstand the financial impact of the storms depends on its credit quality ahead of the storm.
We examine the potential effects of Trump’s tax and infrastructure proposals on the muni market.