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  • rising-inflation-expectations Rising Inflation Expectations Lower Treasury Bond ETFs’ Appeal
    Treasury bond exchange traded funds continued to deteriorate, with yields on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes hitting a 17-month high Thursday, as crude oil prices continued to strengthen, fueling inflation expectations. …
  • http://www.etftrends.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/How-to-Better-Manage-Rising-Rate-Risks-with-Alternative-Bond-ETFs.jpg How to Better Manage Rising Rate Risks with Alternative Bond ETFs
    The debt market has been reeling as bond yields rose. However, fixed-income investors can hedge against rising rates through alternative bond exchange traded fund strategies. On the recent webcast, The …
  • ETF Strategies for Growing Risk of Normalizing Interest Rates
    With increased expectations of a rising interest rate environment ahead, fixed-income ETF investors should prepare their bond portfolios for the growing risks. On an upcoming webcast this Thursday, The Growing …
  • Inverse Treasury ETFs Gain Traction on Mounting Rate Hike Bets Inverse Treasury ETFs Gain Traction on Mounting Rate Hike Bets
    As the markets anticipates with almost complete certainty that the Federal Reserve will restart raising interest rates in December, bearish or inverse Treasury bond exchange traded funds have climbed. For …
  • ETFs to Hedge President-Elect Trump's Inflationary Proposals ETFs to Hedge President-Elect Trump’s Inflationary Proposals
    President-elect Donald Trump has backed a number of measures that could fuel inflationary pressures ahead. Consequently, investors should consider exchange traded fund investments that may hedge portfolios against rising prices. …
  • A Cautious Call on Long-Term Treasury ETFs
    The Federal Reserve gave Treasurys and the corresponding exchange traded funds, such as the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (NYSEArca: TLT), a bit of a reprieve last week by …
  • Charts Not Encouraging for Bond ETFs
    Perhaps this will change if, as expected, the Federal Reserve declines to raise interest rates this week, but for the moment, it appears some popular fixed income exchange traded funds …
  • A Bearish ETF Idea for a Trump Victory
    With less than two months until election day, now is a good time to review some of the trades that could work under both possible presidential election scenarios. That includes …
  • ETFs to Hedge Rising Risks in Treasury Bonds ETFs to Hedge Rising Risks in Treasury Bonds
    Investors have flocked to U.S. Treasuries and bond-related exchange traded funds in a world of negative-yielding sovereign debt. However, with U.S. Treasury yields hovering around three-decade lows, government debt looks …
  • Treasury Bond ETFs Could Continue to Slide Treasury Bond ETFs Could Continue to Slide
    Treasury bond-related ETFs could continue to weaken as rising inflation and Federal Reserve interest rate normalization send yields higher Investors have raised bets on the Fed moving rates in 2016 after …
  • Massive ETF Bets Mount on December Rate Hike
    As the Federal Reserve contemplates a December interest rate hike, investors can turn to inverse Treasury bond exchange traded funds to lower a fixed-income portfolio's overall duration and hedge against …
  • Largest Leveraged ETF In World Comes To A Halt
    In Japan, the world's largest leveraged exchange traded fund is growing too large to control. Nomura Asset Management Co. will halt subscription orders for its Next Funds Nikkei 225 Leveraged …
  • If Fed Hikes Rates, These ETFs Could Help Reduce The Backlash
    While many expect the Federal Reserve to push off on a rate hike, there is still a chance of a higher interest rate announcement next week. The change will have …
  • Inverse, Leveraged ETF Assets Reach a Record $63 Billion
    Bolstered bearish wagers on U.S. government bonds, combined assets under management for global inverse and leveraged exchange traded funds climbed to $63 billion as of the end of June, according …
  • A Bond Rotation Could Support Stock ETFs
    With prospects of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike sometime this year, stock exchange traded funds could find support from a potential great rotation out of bonds. Asset management consultancy …
  • June Swoon for Bond ETFs
    This week’s Federal Reserve meeting came and went without an interest rate hike, but that is not ebbing the flow of redemptions from fixed income exchange traded funds. Investors “pulled …
  • Mass Exodus From a Big Bond ETF
    With 10-year Treasury yields up 6.2% over the past month, it is not surprising that investors would want to flee longer-dated bond exchange traded funds. They are doing just that. …
  • Inverse Bond ETFs to Hedge Growing Risk in Fixed-Income Market
    After years of piling into the fixed-income market, investors are now faced with significant risks of a rising rate environment. Consequently, bond traders can utilize short or inverse exchange traded …
  • TLT Woes Stoke Interest in Leveraged Bond ETFs
    With almost $5.2 billion in assets under management and average daily volume of nearly 8.7 million shares, the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (NYSEArca: TLT) is considered one of …
  • Bearish Bond ETFs Back in Style
    Ten-year Treasury yields surged 9.8% last week to 2.11%, the highest levels since late February. Over the past month, 10-year yields are up 11.2%. Those rising yields and sagging bond …
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