Right now, it makes sense to sit on the credit fence

Pete Robinson  |  CIP Asset Management  |  23 February 2022  |  0.50 CE

Historically, sitting on the fence has implied indecisiveness. But can a high conviction view be a lack of conviction? Investors may be facing a regime shift in markets that changes the traditional relationship between growth and defensive allocations. In a low conviction world, an allocation to a blend of public and private credit makes sense. It allows investors to sit on the fence, retaining flexibility through a period of heightened uncertainty while still generating an acceptable return.

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