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Opportunities in the Corporate Buyback Environment

There have been extensive debates about corporate stock buyback programs. Some critics argue that companies create inequity and do not focus on improving employee benefits, business strategies, and R&D programs. On the other hand, proponents argue that allocating capital to shareholders allows the capital to be reinvested in productive facets. Therefore, advocates believe that buybacks have, in some regards, taken the place of ordinary dividends to return cash to shareholders.
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New Thought to Financial Metrics

Equity and credit analysis rely on accounting principles and future financial performance. Analysts regularly determine a company’s fiscal strength by comparing financial ratios and accounting statements (income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, etc.) to their peers.
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Finding Yield in a Low Yield Environment

As yield becomes increasingly difficult to find in fixed income markets how can an investor take advantage of the growing corporate credit environment, low debt service rates, and a lower exposure to interest rate risk as rates are expected to be volatile in the near future? To answer this question, short duration corporate debt with rules based fundamental metrics and behavioral analysis.
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