Increasing interest rates and you

Sep 25, 2015 | Wealth Management

Most pundits spend their time talking about stocks, but don't forget to pay attention to the bond side of your portfolio especially with the prospect of rising interest rates. Bond prices and interest rates have an inverse relationship so if interest rates go up, bond prices go down. Be sure to also understand the difference between holding individual bonds versus bond funds and which may be better for you and your situation.

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Jeff Schriefer
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Senior Wealth Advisor
Wealth Management
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