I've been told that an increase in wealth will lead to an increase in both the demand for Bonds determined by the Theory of Asset Demand. This should shift the bond curve to the right, increasing Price and decreasing interest rate.
But for the liquidity preference framework, it says that an increase in income leads to an increase in wealth thus shifting the demand curve for money to the right and increasing interest rate.
How can wealth increase decrease the interest rate in the bonds graph but increase it in the quantity of money supply graph. I'm sure I'm missing out on something obvious.