Feb.14 -- Where do investors run when a global virus strikes? The answer is bonds. The coronavirus has helped to reignite a rally in bonds, which had slowed in recent months as trade tensions between the U.S. and China cooled. Sovereign debt from the U.S. to Europe has climbed this year, while even some of the riskiest assets -- such as Greek bonds -- have seen yields fall to record lows as investors push into more remote corners of the market. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with Academy's Peter Tchir, Winnie Cisar of Wells Fargo and BlackRock's Jim Keenan to discuss how to invest in a lower for longer environment.