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Junk-Bond Fund's Demise Mars Vulture Investor's Storied Career: Marty Whitman

edited December 2015 in Fund Discussions
FYI: (This is a follow-up article) (Click On Article Title At Top Of Google Search)
Martin Whitman has spent over four decades buying unloved stocks and bonds, usually profiting as they rose in value.

Lately, however, these investments are turning into blunders, not bargains.


  • Must be having reverberations today in junk corporate land. The worst day I have seen so far since 2008 in HYG and JNK.
  • Hopefully, Treasuries and municipal bonds will benefit from the selling of corporate junk.
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