By Eric Jacobson
"There's a challenge creeping up on bond managers--and by extension fund shareholders--that has thus far been met with the sound of crickets, but it’s a big one.
Falling market yields would typically prompt the idea of dramatically shortening a portfolio's duration, and vice versa. Effectively, the idea would be to take less risk after high-quality bonds have rallied (when their yields fall) and to add risk after they've lost ground and their yields have gone up. In other words: Buy low, sell high."ARTICLE HERE