It’s a common misconception: Bonds are for older investors, stocks are for younger investors.
That is what the pundit’s would have you believe. The numbers however show otherwise.
One of the most common questions these days is where can I find yield in this low yield environment. Here are some places to start.
It was ten years ago this month that iShares launched the first bond ETF.
Looking for a list of government bond ETFs? You’ve come to the right place.
In the following three instances, I’d advocate investors consider being more aggressive buyers of high yield.
Agg is generally considered to be a good representation of the broad US fixed income market. Learn more here!
Last month, iShares introduced CEMB, which gives investors exposure to emerging market corporate debt. Since the fund’s launch we’ve fielded some questions from clients wondering
Recently there has been series of redemptions out of HYG and other high yield ETFs. These trades have been at times misunderstood by market participants, so I’m going to try to provide some clarity.
Investors often have a home country bias when it comes to their fixed income portfolios, which means they are generally too reliant on domestic issues.