High-quality agency mortgage-backed securities (MBS) may help investors reach a middle ground between the volatility of corporate bonds and expensive, low-yielding Treasuries. During periods of safe-haven buying, MBS typically lag Treasury gains but still benefit. Conversely, when risk appetites increase, MBS typically lag, or diverge, from corporate bond gains but do not exhibit the same weakness as Treasuries…

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Mix It Up With MBS