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Expert: Interest rate discussions with clients ‘can be problematic’
The high-yield default account sparked kudos then displeasure on Twitter when adviser Michael Kitces realized it doesn't apply to existing clients.
Prospect of the first interest-rate cut in 10 years has some advisers fearing recession.
Robo-advisers, lenders and stock trading apps are all launching high-yield savings accounts.
Financial advisers get creative to keep their conservative clients from losing ground to inflation.
Global Income Fund's manager sees junk bonds as a safer way to play the Fed-induced rally.
A few are paying interest of more than 2% on savings accounts.
The Boston-based fund company has added more than $50 billion this year, mostly from inflows.
Yields on money market funds, short-term CDs and other cash accounts have risen as the Fed continues to raise interest rates, and this has big implications for advisers.
Higher rates are luring investors back to the funds, which saw a mass exodus just a couple of years ago.
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