Summary: Municipal Bonds are in high demand and low supply. JR Rieger of The Rieger Report weighs in on which segments of the muni market have been performing well, gives us an overview of insured munis, and compares the risk of high yield munis to junk corporate bonds.
Date of production: July, 2019
… More Muni Bond News: July 2019
Summary: JR is interviewed by AssetTV on the state of the muni bond market.
Date of production: June, 2019
… More Muni Bond News: June 2019
Summary: JR looks at the municipal bond market from a tactical perspective..
Date of production: May 31, 2019
… More Rieger Report®: Tactical Munis
Summary: JR examines both long term and tactical exposure to muni bonds in the world of low muni yields and the possibility of rotation into the high yield muni bond market.
Date of podcast: May 23, 2019
… More Munis are Rich, What Now?
Summary: JR’s analysis illustrates munis have gotten rich relative to other options.
Date of publication: May 10, 2019
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Summary: Investment grade munis continue their march to the rich side relative to U.S. Treasuries, Corporate bonds and certificates of deposit.
… More Rieger Report®: Munis v. US Treasuries and Corporate Bonds
Summary: Munis appear rich relative to other fixed income options. JR defines the trend.
… More Rieger Report®: Municipal Bonds v. U.S. Treasury & Corporate Bonds
Summary: Municipal bonds specialist JR Rieger weighs in on the muni supply demand imbalance and other notable trends in Q2 2019. Rieger considers the demand for taxable municipal bonds and the benefits of the security in a portfolio.
Date of production: March, 2019
… More Muni Bond News: May 2019
Summary: Are munis a better option than CDs? The dynamics have shifted.
… More Rieger Report®: Municipal Bonds v. Certificates of Deposits
Summary: Kroll Bond Ratings Agency in collaboration with Climate Central, a leading climate research organization, to examine the climate risks facing the nation’s three largest cities.
… More Behind the Headlines for Climate Risk: One Size Does Not Fit All