Neil Rose and Arthur Mallet explain why the historic drop in bond prices—amid a bear market in stocks, no less—is raising longer-term income generation in Regency Capital portfolios. Also discussed: inflation and macro-ideas, asset “balance”, how to think about losses and losing, buying cheaper, and position sizing.

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