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Jeremy Brenn quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Recently, Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Erin Arvedlund interviewed Jeremy Brenn to learn more about the role of corporate bonds in building a suitable investment portfolio.


“Jeremy Brenn of Sensenig Capital Advisors in Fairview Village, Pa., says his firm mostly advises clients to buy bond funds like DFA Two-Year Global Fixed Income Portfolio (DFGFX), with a low, 0.18 percent fee annually. The fund typically keeps maturities very short and credit quality high so as not to take on undue risk. Short-term corporate bonds generally mature within three years, medium-term is up to seven years, and long-term is generally up to 30 years.” Click here to read more.