February 12

Talk Your Book: Talking Bonds at the New York Stock Exchange

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Today’s Talk Your Book is brought to you by J.P. Morgan Asset Management:

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We had Kay Herr and Rick Figuly of J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Global Fixed Income, Currency, and Commodities Group to discuss their recent active bond ETF moving to the trading floor at the New York Stock Exchange.

On today’s show, we discuss:

  • Why JPMAM chose the NYSE to list their active bond ETF
  • The intricacies involved with bond ETFs
  • Understanding active vs passive investing in the bond market
  • What a securitized bond is, and how they fit in a portfolio
  • How interest rates and the housing market affect securitized bonds
  • Thoughts on interest rate cuts in 2024

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