The Next Bubble to Burst: Bonds
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Investing in bonds has proven to be a home run for 30 years, but the bubble is primed to pop.
The BarCap U.S. Government Aggregate Treasury Index has had an average annual return of 8.5% over three decades. Bonds' gains accelerated during the Great Recession, performance that attracted inflows. In fact, since April of last year, new money flowing into bond funds has far outpaced that of equity funds.