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Understanding Investing

Before Economic Forums were mainstream on Wall Street, our investment professionals were gathering to identify economic and market trends for our clients. Decades later, the cornerstone of our process is stronger and more important than ever.

Education

Tony Crescenzi and host John Nersesian take a deep dive into today’s bond market and the impact of Fed policy, how investors should be thinking about their fixed income allocations now, and the compelling opportunities presented by higher starting yields across sectors. To explore outcomes for every market, visit pimco.com/outcomes.

Understanding Investing

Even after gold ceased to be the “standard” in the global monetary system last century, it maintains its glitter as a viable investment, especially during periods of rising inflation.

Understanding Investing

Alternative investments offer opportunities to diversify portfolios in times of market uncertainty. But among a range of options, investors must first understand the risks and benefits.

Education

As investors, we believe ESG fixed income – or bonds – could soon rise to a place of leadership in sustainable investing.

Education

Offering a wide range of potential opportunities for active investors, sustainable bonds are an increasingly important part of global fixed income markets.

Understanding Investing

High yield bonds – defined as corporate bonds rated below BBB− or Baa3 by established credit rating agencies – can play an important role in many portfolios. They typically offer higher coupons than government bonds or high grade corporate bonds (or, corporates) and have the potential for price appreciation in the event of an improvement in the economy, or performance of the issuing company (of course, if these conditions worsen, then prices can also go down). Because the high yield sector generally has a low correlation to other sectors of the fixed income market along with less sensitivity to interest rate risk, an allocation to high yield bonds may provide portfolio diversification benefits. In addition, high yield bond investments have historically offered similar returns to equity markets, but with lower volatility.

Education

Learn about “tail risk” and how portfolios can be managed to minimize losses without curtailing growth.

Understanding Investing

A benchmark serves a crucial role in investing. Often a market index, a benchmark typically provides a starting point for a portfolio manager to construct a portfolio and directs how that portfolio should be managed on an ongoing basis from the perspectives of both risk and return. It also allows investors to gauge the relative performance of their portfolios.

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