Yield Curve Strategy

Yield Curve Strategy

Any investment strategy that seeks to profit from changes in the yield curve of U.S. Treasury securities. For example, one may buy a bond at a certain interest rate expecting prevailing interest rates to decline. If and when they do, the price of the bond one holds will increase, allowing one to sell the bond for a profit.
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Our fixed-income investment process emphasizes the collective wisdom and concerted efforts of a deep and seasoned group of portfolio managers who work in teams to evaluate duration management, sector allocation, yield curve strategy, currency management and security selection, said Ostrowski.