Portfolio construction often gets short shrift as many income investors build their portfolios by chasing attractive-looking securities and end up with portfolios that have undesirable tilts. Allocating to the income market from the top-down as well as bottom-up is more likely to allow investors to reach their investment goals and lead to fewer negative surprises.
Below is a subset of our commentary on this topic.
- Allocating To CEFs Vs. Preferreds In Income Portfolios
- The Big Picture
- Portfolio Allocation Considerations
- Being Long-term Greedy
- Systematic vs. Idiosyncratic Investing
- Income Ideas For Rising Rates
- Alternatives To Cash
- Income Lessons Of 2020
- Choosing Between CEFs and ETFs
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