Government, emerging markets, and long term bond funds up over 7%. World and corporate bond funds up over 4%. Junk corps up 3.62% with some of the larger ones up over 5%. Even some of the stodgy bank loan funds are up in the 3% to 4% range and some of the steady eddie funds in this category have had but one or two down days in the past two months. The junk munis are trailing at 2.62% albeit some of the better ones are near 4%. Munis in general seem to be overloved. Never a good thing from a contrarian point of view. Entering today I was 41% bank loans, 29% junk corp, 26% junk munis, and 4% emerging markets. That could be subject to change (as it is almost everyday) as may exchange more out of my Nuveen junk muni (NHMRX) into more of my Nuveen junk corporate (NCOIX) This scattered and diversified approach is normally not my thing but it sure has been less stressful. Hopefully can incorporate more of that strategy as I continue to age. Up around 4.35% YTD (edit: 4.99% through 4/22) and would be thrilled to get 10% for the year - or whatever the market has to offer. I am always more concerned with a smooth ride upward in my account with as least volatility as possible than I am hitting it out of the ballpark Harper style.