Recent Market Volatility
October 11, 2018 — In another sign that markets continue to move into a late-cycle, higher-volatility regime, equity markets fell significantly yesterday. U.S. equities registered a 3% to 4% loss led by high-momentum technology names, yet other asset classes, such as bonds, did not react in an outsized way.
Is Corporate Leverage Offering a Warning Sign?
In this episode, Sage’s Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Ryan O’Malley provides a playbook for bond investors looking for higher-quality investment grade issuers.
Crossing the Rubicon – Yield Curve Inversion
In 49 BCE a provincial governor named Julius Caesar and a single legion of troops crossed a small stream in northern Italy – the Rubicon River – sparking a civil war that . . .
5 Reasons to Favor Core Fixed Income in 2019
Even after factoring in some spread widening during the year, Sage believes 3% to 4% return is easily achievable for core fixed income.