Third Avenue, founded by distressed-investing legend Martin Whitman, launched this fund in 2009 to focus on high-yield bonds, bank loans, and distressed debt. The $1 billion fund, a rare retail offering with this specialty, is down 4.4% in the past year.
Times are uncertain. Reliability and income matter more than ever. These undervalued names offer stability.
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