Are we in a bond bubble?

One of the biggest risks facing today’s bond investors is the distortion of fixed income by central bank actions, Franklin Templeton says. This means yields are not truly reflecting the underlying fundamentals of country debt levels. Discover how an unconstrained approach can help your clients avoid these ‘bubbles’ and seek out undervalued assets instead. 



Want to learn more? Click here to visit our training centre and hear Sonal explain Franklin Templeton's unconstrained approach to investing. Sonal’s full Money Masters course is worth 1 CPD hour.


The opinions expressed in this content are those of the author shown, and do not necessarily represent those of No More Practice or its related entities. All content is intended for a professional financial adviser audience only and does not constitute financial advice. To view our full terms and conditions, click here.

Leave a comment /

Related content /

Austock Life: Imputation Bond

The Austock Life Imputation Bond Money Masters course with Richard Atkinson explores the varied roles an imputation bond can play and how these can....

view lesson

CommBank: Deposit Plus

The CommBank Deposit Plus Money Masters course with Steve James will explore how this deposit series works to allow advisers to find tune their cli....

view lesson

CommBank: Flexi Rate Deposits

The CommBank Flexi Rate Deposits Money Masters course with Steve James will explore how these deposits can be utilised by investors to provide a gr....

view lesson