The Federal Reserve’s move to prop up the economy with a new round of bond purchases promises to add more fuel to the fire driving one of the most powerful trends in financial markets: the search for ever-scarcer yield. As a result, investors are being pushed to buy ever-increasing amounts of risky, higher-yielding assets, just to show some returns from their portfolios.
The rising prices mean investors are accepting smaller returns to take on those risks than would have been the case not long ago. The Fed “is putting a lot of investors in a place where they wouldn’t normally be comfortable,” said Ms. Patterson, chief investment officer at Bessemer Trust.
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For a great analysis of what Federal Reserve’s current stimulus plan will mean for investors searching for yield read the Wall Street Journal article, “After Fed, Yield Moves to the Fore.”
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