If your clients have money in bond funds to hedge against market risk, that would be a typical diversified portfolio. And since bonds have an inverse relationship with the market, it makes sense.
But when interest rates rise, clients can lose value on bonds, especially bond funds. To help limit exposure to interest rate risk, you may want to suggest clients consider adding fixed indexed annuities (FIA) to their portfolio.
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