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High Yield in High Business Quality
Federated Institutional High Yield Bond Fund  (FIHBX, FIHLX)
9:09 AM ET February 16 2017
High yield bonds issued by heavily leveraged companies often garner most skeptical views from rating agencies. However, even under a debt-laden capital structure, high quality businesses will often deliver attractive returns for investors. The team behind the Federated Institutional High Yield Bond Fund seeks to invest in leading businesses with strong franchise value. >>

 
Higher Quality in High Yield Bonds
Angel Oak High Yield Opportunities Fund  (ANHAX, ANHIX)
13:31 PM ET February 09 2017
Investing in high yield bonds requires not only a selection of bonds and issuers but also disciplined risk budgeting. Matthew Kennedy and James Hentges, portfolio managers of the Angel Oak High Yield Opportunities Fund, work with a team of analysts and marry the securities selection process with the macro views in building a fund invested in higher-quality issuers of high yielding securities. >>

 
Relative Value in High Yield Bonds
MassMutual Premier High Yield Fund  (MPHZX, MPHAX)
10:34 AM ET February 07 2017
Investing in high yield bonds can be rewarding for disciplined investors who can use the inherent inefficiencies of this market to their advantage. Sean Feeley, portfolio manager of the Mass Mutual Premier High Yield Fund, and a dedicated team of researchers use deep credit analysis to discover relative value with a long-term investing horizon. >>

 
Tactical and Dynamic
AB High Income Fund  (AGDAX, AGDYX)
13:00 PM ET February 03 2017
There are two prominent styles of investing when it comes to high-yield bonds. One involves seeking higher returns through riskier bonds, and the other relies on investing in highe- quality bonds and avoiding defaults. Gershon Distenfeld, portfolio manager of the AB High Income Fund, takes a flexible approach to investing, often with a contrarian view of the market. >>

 
Market Cycle Contrarian in High Yield
Neuberger Berman High Income Bond Fund  (NHIAX, NHILX)
11:56 AM ET January 24 2017
The high yield market has evenly expanded from mid-sized and smaller companies to large issuers as bonds have gained more favor in recent years. However, investors remain aware of the potential downsides of high yield bonds, such as equity-like volatility, lack of liquidity, and significant credit risks. Portfolio manager Patrick Flynn explains how the Neuberger Berman High Income Bond Fund benefits from a large research team in search of investment opportunities among larger companies with significant cash flows and long-term track records. >>

 
Relative Value with Thematic Views
Invesco High Yield Fund  (AMHYX)
9:39 AM ET January 13 2017
The high yield bond market tends to wilt at a rate that is faster than most investors can react to when economic recessions set in generating negative portfolio returns. Scott Roberts, portfolio manager of the Invesco High Yield Fund, and a team of sector based research analysts maintain a pure portfolio of high yield bonds, combining bottom-up security selection with economic outlook in order to stay ahead of credit and business cycles. >>

 
Changing Equity Outcomes Through Hedging
Swan Defined Risk Fund  (SDRAX, SDRIX)
8:35 AM ET January 12 2017
Given the volatility of markets, long-only portfolios may not be appropriate for investors who cannot stomach market gyrations. Randy Swan, Lead Portfolio Manager of the Swan Defined Risk Fund, stays true to his always invested, always hedged strategy, with the objective of delivering consistent returns over a full market cycle. >>

 
High Yields, Not High Risks
Wells Fargo High Yield Bond Fund  (EKHAX)
13:13 PM ET January 05 2017
Over the last three decades, the high yield bond market has become significantly deeper as securities in this space of the fixed-income universe have become more acceptable as a way to diversify portfolios. With sharp declines in interest rates and increased liquidity, the scale of investment opportunity has also narrowed. Margaret Patel, portfolio manager of the Wells Fargo High Yield Bond Fund, unearths investment opportunities by consistently selecting industry sectors first and corporate securities second. >>

 
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