With interest rates at unprecedented lows in Australia, the search for yield is pushing investors into new assets and asset structures to boost their income. Lower yields may result in higher risk strategies, however; how do investors avoid falling income along with falling rates?
In this timely conversation, Gopi Karunakaran of Ardea Asset Management discusses:
- Why Australian Government bonds have delivered 12% return year to date, despite a yield of less than 2%
- The vanishing yield cushion, and why investor need to consider its implications
- Achieving uncorrelated returns in credit and bond markets, and
- What credit markets are trying to tell us about the world economy.