Solving the Bond Problem: Active Fixed Income

Interest rates are low, and stuck there. Inflation is looking less transitory by the week, and labor markets look to keep it alive for quite some time. Many investors are sitting on cash and paralyzed about their choices. What's a prudent advisor to do with his clients' cash on the sidelines? It's time to re-evaluate income opportunities.

In this CE-eligible one-hour webinar, the experts at JP Morgan will lay out their viewpoint: passive fixed income investing alone can't create the stability, diversification and return potential that investors expect from their bond, leaving them vulnerable to the changing investment characteristics of fixed income indices.

October 27, 2021
11am PT | 2pm ET
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Tom Lydon, CEO of ETF Trends, will moderate a discussion on:

  • Why bond indexing is a very different proposition than equity indexing
  • Why Active and Fixed Income are a perfect match
  • How Active Fixed Income ETFs can better balance duration and credit risk to meet income goals

NOT accepted for one hour of CFP/CIMA CE credit for live and on-demand attendees

CFA Institute members are encouraged to self-document their continuing professional development activities in their online CE tracker.


Benjamin Christensen

Managing Director, Investment Specialist, Global Fixed Income Currency & Commodities
J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Cary Fitzgerald

Managing Director, Portfolio Manager
J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Tom Lydon

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