Should we avoid fixed income like the plague?

Vincent Fournier answers this question on Les Affaires.
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With interest rates near zero and set to stay there for a long time to come, should investors shy away from bonds and other fixed income securities like the plague?

Vincent Fournier, portfolio manager at Claret, warns that it is very difficult to find fixed income securities that meet the three investment objectives for which they were created, namely to protect capital, generate liquidity and offer protection in the event of a fall in the stock markets.

Listen this French interview on Les Affaires

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  • Claret Asset Management specializes in offering portfolio management services to high net worth clients. We are completely independent and free of conflicts of interest. Claret was founded in 1996 with the objective of answering the growing needs of private investors.

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