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3 Jun 2015

QLAB features in the popular magazine Financial Investigator
QLAB CEO Steven Bates authors an interesting article in the latest edition of the Dutch magazine Financial Investigator titled "What to do with your fixed income - you used to sleep well". 

Financial Investigator is the leading and largest institutional magazine for the investment management and securities services industry in the Netherlands, see www.financialinvestigator.nl

The article discusses the problem of rising interest rates and how to address the risk of existing portfolio allocations to fixed income.

The article is available as a PDF here.

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