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Risk on rally in junk for June! HYG currently pays a 30 day yield of 5.76% on fund holdings rated BB grade and under at a 4 year duration . But will the current 300 basis point spread over the five year "risk free" treasury yield continue to attract funds in the days ahead? Enough to compensate for the risk in holding these low grade bonds into the next economic slowdown?

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Tim KnightTim Knight
Personally I find the black background charts almost impossible to read. 6/17/18
Agree, when shrunk down for sharing in the stacks they're harder to read than white... Looks great in slopecharts when full size though... easy on the eyes. 6/17/18