First, the bad (and obvious) news: When it comes to investing, you can’t control returns.
At the beginning of 2012, there were only 39 actively managed ETFs with $5 billion of assets. Why have active ETFs not taken off? . .
Financial Advisers Lose: Why would and investor pay a 2 or 3% load fee for the privilege of investing in the PIMCO Total Return Fund when they can buy the ETF? . .
ABS, MBS, CMBS. Navigating your way around the various fixed income sectors can sometimes feel like a bowl of alphabet soup.
The ETF trades under the symbol BOND and can be purchased for around $100 per share. There has been a far amount of negative press . . .
Do you have a view on inflation? If you think inflation is going to be lower than of 1.9% or South of 2.3% per year for the next few year, then you might make be interested in . .
I’ve been spending a lot of time on the road this year, attending conferences, talking to the media and meeting with investors. One thing I’m learning is that there is still a lot of confusion when it comes to fixed income and fixed income ETFs.