Wall Street Webcasting Presents Wells Fargo Securities: How Long To Remain Uninvested

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Wall Street Webcasting Presents Wells Fargo Securities: How Long To Remain Uninvested

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Wall Street Webcasting presents exclusive video of Rich Gordon, the highly regarded Fixed Income Market Strategist of Wells Fargo Securities (NYSE: WFC). This week Gordon establishes a simple framework for how long one should be uninvested, as well as, investment tips for this year.

Fixed income portfolio managers are faced with a tough decision. Do they buy bonds now or wait until the end of the second quarter, in hopes that bonds will be a little bit cheaper and the yields will be a little bit higher? To wait is to take a risk. If investors wait and yields do not rise, then many investors may be looking at the first and second quarter as missed opportunities. Some investors may try to make up for the mistake by purchasing securities with a higher yield, but with a poor structure. This could be an even bigger mistake.


The disappointing payrolls report from Friday and the decline in the unemployed looking for work may be early warning signs of what data will be like in the coming months. Also, the Treasury curve has flattened.

To hear Gordon's framework for when to invest in bonds, tune into Wells Fargo Securities' newest video.

Please visit the following link to view the video:

http://www.wsw.com/webcast/wav/



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