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Whether one is wary of the "Ides of March" or worried about the effect of college basketball’s "March Madness" on the psyche of investors, recent history shows that munis have mostly demonstrated negative returns in the month of March.
Once upon a time...there was a shining city at the foot of Lake Michigan.
The "new normal" is officially dead. You probably read or heard about the now obsolete term in the past year but it doesn’t apply to 2016, where we find ourselves propelled through the first quarter by change, uncertainty, and volatility.
have made the lead topic for our initial Muni Nation for 2016 the ongoing
turbulence surrounding the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Many investors want to avoid erosion of their income due to inflation and protect the nominal value of their investments from a protracted period of rising rates.
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