Wells Fargo’s $1.9 trillion investment chief revealed to us a bold strategy he’s suggesting to clients — and it goes against everything traders have known for the past 10 years
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Darrell Cronk — the chief investment officer of Wells Fargo's $1.9 trillion wealth and investment management unit — says investors need to move away from a bond market strategy that's worked over the last decade. 

Cronk says his firm is "playing defense" in the bond market today and telling investors to move into higher-quality bonds with shorter terms.

His recommendation comes even though investors are worried about the immediate health of the economy, which recently led to a dip in bold yields...

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