Milliman seeing shift in bond portfoliosBY DARREN SNYDER | FRIDAY, 19 JUN 2015 11:35AM
Holding high quality bonds in an attempt to generate income and offset volatility and drawdowns in the stock market was an approach that served investors well leading up to the financial crisis.
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