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Concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic may cause companies to suspend or even cut dividends to preserve cash. See how Morningstar’s Distance to Default score, which assesses a company’s financial health, can be an effective predictor of dividend cuts.
Fixed income ETFs can offer investors an efficient and easily accessible vehicle to the bond market however, there are a series of misconceptions that surround fixed income ETFs, making due diligence a pivotal component of an investor's journey.
The recent volatility in the market and the uncertainty around the impact of coronavirus reinforces the need to be prepared. Tempering volatility, at the portfolio level in particular, can improve the investing experience and help investors weather bouts of turbulence.
While 2020 may see a rise in downgrades to fallen angel, we believe this is still on an idiosyncratic basis rather than a sign of a systemic decline in the credit markets.
From a growing understanding of how climate change may affect a bond portfolio, shifting policy and rising public awareness, we see several trends that we expect will impact the growth of the green bond market.
Barron’s: These Fallen Angel ETFs Could Lift Your Portfolio
What Does a Green Rebound Look Like?
Fallen Angel Bonds: A Record Year Ahead?
Linking Financial Health and Dividend Durability
ETF 106: Debunking Fixed Income Myths
Strengthen Your Core with Dividends During Volatility
A Big Month for Fallen Angels, But Not a Worrisome Trend
Green Bonds in the Face of Climate Risk
Red Hot Year for Green Bonds
Tapping into North American Energy Infrastructure for Income
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