Steve, I am totally envious of you.Chuck Butler, who was the EverBank official who spoke, is one of my financial heros for the commentary he provides in "The Daily Pfennig", a free currency newsletter that is of huge relevance to fixed-income investors. (St. Louis is a bit far from Portland, otherwise I'd have been there in the audience, too.) EverBank, however, isn't the place to go looking for sovereign bonds. They're a currency house, not a bond broker. Jim,Right now, I'm seeing very few sovereigns trading anywhere, and it's an asset class that is probably best accessed though mutual funds, anyway.TR Price is a shop I'd check out first. Also look at the CEF's that specialize in the asset class. Charlie
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