ETFs have the potential to have a market price that is very different than their their NAV. This article explains why.
The PIMCO Total Return Fund is Underperforming PIMCO’s new BOND ETF. Are PIMCO Total Return Fund Investors missing out?
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.
Today’s Best of the Bond Market.
Over the past few months we have seen a lot of investors looking for ways to add yield to their portfolio, through investments such as high dividend stocks and higher yielding bonds investments.
Wednesday April 11th marked the 5 year anniversary of when HYG began trading. When we launched HYG (the iShares iBoxx High Yield Fund) five years ago, a number of investors were skeptical.
For the first time in a number of months, long-depressed interest rates have recently started to move up. The 10 year Treasury entered March at 1.97%, having been below 2.10% since last October.
The LearnBonds comprehensive guide on how to buy bonds.
While we are certainly not recommending that long term investors speculate on changes in interest rates, those who are going to speculate on the bond market with inverse ETFs should keep the following in mind…