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In layman’s terms, trading certain high yield corporate bonds on a standalone basis should be viewed as potentially more challenging than say trading an individual S&P 500 stock, and this said price impact expectations when allocating larger dollar orders into any of the aforementioned ETFs should be tempered to a realistic level with the understanding that market conditions can sometimes govern the “liquidity” of High Yield Corporate Bonds not only in terms of how they trade within the context of ETFs, but as single securities.

SPDR Barclays Short Term High Yield Bond ETF

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