Worried About an Inverted Yield Curve? Diversify Your Income Sources

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Some fixed-income experts are starting to fret about an inverted yield curve. But that’s not necessarily something Steven Mula, the chief investment officer of JJ Burns & Co. is worrying about at the moment. “The advice we have for fixed-income investors is broadly similar to what we tell equity investors: diversify your income sources, and understand the risks in your portfolio,” he says.

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