Will Bonds Ever Again Pay Sustainable Income?

Hangover from easy money

After a decade of quantitative easing that brought interest rates to historically low levels, investors have become acclimated to near zero-rates and make investment decisions accordingly. When interest rates are low, investors move into riskier assets and any sudden increase in rates would have a negative impact on the market. This fact dissuades the Fed from raising rates.

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