A pullback in this sector has created an opportunity to add double-digit yields to your portfolio.
How the Federal Reserve's next big move will change everything for income investors.
MSN Money's Charley Blaine explains what's behind the big drop-off in performance and where investors should look next.
This follows the bank's earlier bearish call on Treasurys at the end of May when rates began to rise off record lows.
In a volatile session Friday, investors toss aside worries about rising interest rates as the government says the economy added 195,000 jobs in June, more than expected.
Things don't look good for these low-yield names.
Despite rising interest rates, there are still equity-based exchange traded funds that offer attractive returns.
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