By many measures, investors are starting to feel better about the economy. Congress dodged the fiscal cliff (at least for now), housing prices are looking a little better, and the stock market is climbing.
But just like anything, there's always a negative side to things. That strong stock market has investors fleeing bonds. Just last month, they moved more than $70 billion out of bond funds into stocks.
Is this a sign the bond bubble is about to pop? Paddy Hirsch, senior producer of Personal Finance at Marketplace, stopped by the studio to help explain all this.