If you have a portfolio of high yield bonds, it’s worth trying to better define the risk associated with each bond and how those risks might cross over with other bonds in your portfolio
Many investors favour deposits in stressed markets but Australia’s largest institutions have other ideas
We define some of the key residential mortgage backed securities terms which may help you understand the securities. Links to Part 1-3 RMBS notes are provided at the end of this note
In addition to the investor protections discussed in Part 2, another key protection in RMBS is the inbuilt credit enhancement contained in the structure.
Meet Christopher Ip, a business development executive in our Sydney office
There are a number of protections in RMBS that provide comfort to investors including the structure of the securities, as well as various protections for individual loans
We continue to see value in Residential Mortgage Backed Securities. If you are still sitting on the sidelines this four part series might help you better understand the securities
Key bond market indicator, the iTraxx is very low, we discuss investment options for those seeking the best relative risk/ reward value and those seeking outright high yield
If you were asked to name the best performing asset in the past decade you’d probably choose residential property and you would be correct. You might then reasonably expect shares to come in well ahead of bonds, but actually bonds win.
Tesla boss, Elon Musk has grabbed the headlines in recent months with construction of a solar powered battery plant in South Australia, and now a big, oversubscribed, sub investment grade bond issue