Fixed Income

We implement a top-down analytical approach focused on actively managing portfolio duration risk, yield curve positioning, market segment allocation, and active security selection.

Our fixed income solutions include both taxable and tax-exempt strategies that serve clients’ needs across the maturity spectrum. We also build custom fixed income strategies designed to help our liability-focused clients efficiently accomplish their unique goals and objectives.

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Taxable Strategies

We offer a suite of taxable fixed income strategies across the maturity spectrum ranging from cash management to diversified core portfolios. Each strategy is managed through a top-down investment approach designed to deliver strong risk-adjusted returns. The investment team works within established constraints to maintain broad diversification while implementing each strategy with highly liquid cash bonds that pass our strict credit and structural analysis.

Tax-Exempt Strategies

Our tax-exempt fixed income portfolios are designed to meet a wide array of client objectives and can be customized based on quality and state preference. The key to our municipal investment process is avoiding exposure to investments which are not supported by strong fundamentals, as well as issues that reside in regions with clear macro and fiscal risks.

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Fixed Income

Fixed Income Perspectives July 2019

This presentation provides insight into our fixed income outlook and illustrates how Sage is positioned in the current environment.

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Municipal Fixed Income

Sage Advice Municipal Quarterly Market Review 2Q2019

The effects of the second-longest economic recovery have been uneven, as differences in economic conditions, tax policy, and industry focus vary significantly . . .

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Fixed Income

Sage Advice Taxable Quarterly Market Review 2Q2019

Fixed income investors have enjoyed two strong quarters in row, with both rates and spreads moving in a positive direction and generating the best first-half performance . . .

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