Higher bond yields today create greater opportunity tomorrow

History has shown that starting yields for bonds can be a strong indicator of future returns. So now is the time to consider increasing your bond allocation.


Why Now?

For investors, the evolving monetary policy landscape presents a timely opportunity to review and adjust investment strategies. In a year where some central banks around the world are expected to begin reversing policy and cutting interest rates, investors should be prepared to seize the opportunities presented by these moves. Bonds currently present a compelling case for investment, offering some of the most attractive yields we’ve seen in a decade. In addition, bonds remain a key component of a well-diversified portfolio. We believe now is the moment to focus on the role bonds can play in achieving financial goals over the long term.

Fund Information

PIMCO Australian Bond Fund

Offering potential for income, capital gains, diversification and a hedge against volatility in higher-risk asset classes, including equities.

PIMCO Diversified Fixed Interest Fund

Seeking to harness the best opportunities in fixed interest in Australia and across the globe with low expected volatility and potential for income and capital gains.

PIMCO Global Bond Fund

Offering exposure to global fixed income opportunities to provide diversification away from domestic assets and the potential for enhanced returns.

PIMCO Income Fund

A flexible multi-sector strategy that aims to provide a consistent income stream and a focus on risk management.

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Investors hold cash for a variety of reasons, but having the bulk of cash in traditional instruments may not be the best option across all the reasons for holding cash. A liquidity tiering strategy can help investors gauge how much cash they actually need in their portfolios based on their goals and objectives -- and how much they should consider allocating to higher-returning short duration strategies.

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