Halbert Wealth Management Announces Latest Webinar: Who Cares if There’s a High-Yield Bond Bubble?

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Join high-yield bond expert Steven D. Landis, CFP® for this informative webinar that explains why it doesn’t really matter whether or not there’s a high-yield bond bubble as long as you approach this market with the right kind of strategy.

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There are many more opportunities in both yields and capital gains in the high-yield bond market, you just have to know where to find them.

Gary D. Halbert, founder and CEO of Halbert Wealth Management, Inc., announced the latest in a series of informative webinars for those seeking answers about the markets and investments. This latest presentation will focus on whether a high-yield bond bubble exists and, if it does, should it make any difference to investors? The free event will be held at 2:00 pm Eastern Time on Thursday, March 21st.

Click here to register for this informative webinar.

Halbert notes, “Many bond market analysts are talking about how asset bubbles are forming in a number of different markets, including high-yield bonds. While it’s true that billions of dollars have flowed into high-yield bonds and bond funds, investors need to know that, with the right kind of investment strategy, there is still plenty of potential in that market.”

The webinar calls upon the expertise of high-yield bond expert and money manager, Steven D. Landis, CFP®. Mr. Landis is the founder and portfolio manager of Sojourn Financial Services of Worthington, Ohio. Over the course of the webinar, Mr. Landis will offer his common-sense insights into a number of high-yield bond issues, including:

  •     Why the existence of a high-yield bond bubble really doesn’t matter;
  •     How high-yield bonds are less sensitive to rising interest rates than other types of bonds;
  •     Identifying high-yield bond price trends and how to capitalize on them;
  •     How to manage the risks inherent in high-yield bonds;
  •     Why excellent yields are still available in high-yield bonds;
  •     And much, much more.

Landis explains, “Many investors believe that the party is over for high-yield bonds, primarily because of what they hear from talking heads on financial news shows. I believe there are many more opportunities in both yields and capital gains in the high-yield bond market, you just have to know where to find them.”

Halbert adds, “For over 10 years, Steve Landis has managed high-yield bond portfolios in such a way as to provide very attractive returns for his investors. Investors need to look beyond the hype surrounding high-yield bonds and embrace their potential for superior risk-managed returns.”

About Halbert Wealth Management, Inc.: HWM is an SEC Registered Investment Advisor located in Austin, Texas. HWM’s underlying investment philosophy is that individual investors should be able to enjoy the same advantages as large, institutional investors like foundations, endowments and pension funds. These sophisticated investors recognize the need to diversify into alternative strategies that actively manage assets rather than simply buying and holding.

Since 1995, HWM has offered clients access to a wide spectrum of specialized money managers that employ a variety of active management strategies. Many of these money managers are smaller, boutique firms that might never gain investor visibility if not for being included in HWM’s flagship AdvisorLink® Program.

For more information on Halbert Wealth Management, please visit: http://www.halbertwealth.com.

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