“Investors are once again being forced to look farther afield for income and returns. In some cases, that requires them to face the unpleasant prospect of taking more risk or lowering their longer-term expectations.
“That’s the world we’re living in now,” said James Bianco, head of Chicago-based advisory firm Bianco Research. “Two percent is now a big, fat yield. Most investors haven’t adjusted to that.”
Ira Iosebashvili, “Investors Scramble for Yield as Growth Outlook Darkens,” Wall Street Journal, September 30, 2019