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  • Municipal Bond ETFs – Maybe the Next ETF Monopoly Municipal Bond ETFs – Maybe the Next ETF Monopoly
    By Tyler Denholm, TOPS ETF Portfolios As managers of ETF portfolios for 15 years, we have witnessed significant development in the ETF world. There are areas like S&P 500 exposure …
  • How Bond ETF Investors Should Position for Rising Rates Ahead How Bond ETF Investors Should Position for Rising Rates Ahead
    As the markets face a steepening yield curve ahead, fixed-income exchange traded fund investors should begin to position their portfolios accordingly and shift toward shorter-dated assets. Many market observers anticipate …
  • Marveling at Muni ETFs
    Rising supply is not always coupled with increasing demand, but both dynamics are currently at play for municipal bonds and that is providing a boost to municipal bond exchange traded …
  • Control Rate Risk Exposure with Low-Duration Bond ETFs Control Rate Risk Exposure with Low-Duration Bond ETFs
    Rising interest rates will weigh on fixed-income portfolios, but investors can diminish the risks by moving down the yield curve to low-duration bond exchange traded funds (ETFs). With the an …
  • 33 Muni Bond ETFs to Augment Income Generation 33 Muni Bond ETFs to Augment Income Generation
    Municipal debt and bond-related exchange traded funds have been used as a relatively stable fixed-income stream for many investment portfolios. Since muni bond interest is exempt from federal taxes, muni …
  • State Street to Reverse Split Two ETFs State Street to Reverse Split Two ETFs
    State Street to reverse split two of its municipal bond ETFs TFI and SHM will be reserve split 1-for-2 on March 15 As a result of the reverse splits, shareholders of …
  • Short-Term Bond ETFs Time to Shine
    The Federal Reserve could announce an interest rate hike next week. Consequently, fixed-income investors may want to think about ways to limit the negative impact of rising rates, such as …
  • Some Bond ETFs Still Merit Attention
    While many anticipate a rising rate environment ahead, investors should not forgo fixed-income assets and bond exchange traded funds in a diversified portfolio. "We are in a potential rising-interest-rate environment, …
  • Short-Term Muni ETFs to Diminish Rate Risk
    Municipal bond investors who are worried about the negative effects of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike could switch into short-term munis exchange traded funds to mitigate the risks. “Sticking …
  • Diversify with a Cheap, Broad Munis Bond ETF
    Fixed-income investors may be paying more than necessary when purchasing individual municipal debt securities. On the other hand, people can use munis exchange traded funds for a cheap way to …
  • Short-Duration Bond ETFs to Mitigate Potential Volatility
    Due to ongoing uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's interest rate outlook, fixed-income investors should stick to short-term bond exchange traded funds. Because of the potential volatility, "investors should be flexible …
  • Why an ETF May Make Sense for Munis Exposure
    When looking into the municipal bond market, fixed-income investors may be better off with a muni bond exchange traded fund, instead of trading individual debt securities. Brokers typically mark up …
  • Time to Look at Municipal Bond ETFs
    As investors adapt their fixed-income portfolios for the possibility of rising interest rates, select municipal bond exchange traded funds are worth evaluating. The huge sell-off in municipal debt last year …
  • Muni ETFs Stand Out in Fixed-Income Space
    In the fixed-income market, investors may find that municipal bonds and related exchange traded funds are a more attractive play than Treasuries or corporate debt. "Overall, municipal bonds maintain their …
  • State Street Global Advisors: Fixed Income Ideas for the Next Cycle
    If the traditional fixed income indices like the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Index or the IBoxx US Dollar Investment Grade Corporate Bond Index are no longer the ideal fixed income investments …
  • It’s Not All Bad for Muni Bond ETFs
    It is easy to get wrapped up in the sensational headlines surrounding the municipal bond market these days. Namely those pertaining to Detroit’s bankruptcy filing, Illinois’ unfunded pension obligations and …
  • Sell-Off in Municipal Bond ETFs May be Overdone
    Investors, concerned over a cutback in Fed quantitative easing and higher rates, have been shifting away from municipal bond exchange traded funds, but the move may have been premature. The …
  • Forbes Flags Favorite ETFs
    Exchange traded funds are known for low fees, especially for long term, buy-and-hold investors. Forbes recently compiled a list of ETFs aimed at helping investors preserve wealth through lower investing …
  • PIMCO ETF Manager Bill Gross Buying Munis on Looming Taxes
    With the fiscal cliff looming over America and potential tax hikes across the board, Bill Gross, the manager behind the PIMCO Total Return Fund, believes tax-free municipal bonds are an …
  • Muni Bond ETFs and the Election
    Municipal bond exchange traded fund investors could be impacted by the outcome of the presidential election, so they are watching for any potential changes to the federal income-tax exemption status …
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