Bond ETFs Can Survive More Volatile Sell-Offs-Some observers have warned of liquidity risks in the notoriously illiquid credit debt market and related corporate bond exchange traded funds. However, the ETF risks may be blown out of
ETF Investors Are Ditching Billions in Credit-U.S. corporate bond ETFs are suffering from near-historic outflows over the past few weeks. For instance, over the past week, the iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond ETF (NYSEArca:
A Practical Income Generating Corporate Bond ETF-For much of this year, income-starved investors embraced investment-grade corporate bond exchange traded funds as part of their efforts to generate more income and add yield to their bond portfolios.
Tax Reform Could Be a Boon for Corporate Bond ETFs-The tax overhaul could change the corporate bond landscape, potentially bolstering existing bonds and credit-related ETFs as Corporate America reduces its reliance on debt issuance. The proposed tax bill going
Investors Flock to Corporate Bond ETFs-Yield-starved investors remain enthusiastic about iShares iBoxx $ Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF (NYSEArca: LQD) and other investment-grade corporate bond ETFs. Fueling the increased demand for debt assets, tumbling yields
6 Corporate Bond ETFs for More Attractive Yields-Income-minded investors are increasingly turning to corporate credit and bond ETFs to generate more attractive yields in a stubbornly low yield environment. Despite the record highs that U.S. equities are
10 Hugely Popular ETF Plays in July-Exchange traded fund investors turned risk-on over July, putting money into corporate debt and overseas markets, on rising bullish sentiment. The most popular ETF play over the past month was
The Growing Usage of ETFs by Insurers-By Todd Rosenbluth, CFRA Insurers held just $19 billion in ETF assets at the end of 2016 -- a minuscule portion of the $6 trillion in insurance general account assets. Moreover,
U.S. ETF Industry is Enjoying a Great Year-Exchange traded funds have grown increasingly popular among the investment community as more mom and pop investors, financial advisors, money managers and institutions utilize the convenient investment tool. About $188
Bond ETFs That Brush Off Higher Rates-As more shy away from safe-haven bets and markets anticipate a tighter monetary policy out of the Federal Reserve ahead, fixed-income investors may be up against an uphill battle, facing
U.S. Corporate Bonds Are Popular…Outside the U.S.-The iShares iBoxx $ Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF (NYSEArca: LQD) and other investment-grade corporate bond exchange traded funds have been popular destinations for income-hungry investors this year. In fact,
The Most Popular ETF Plays of the First Quarter-After the recent Trump-induced rally in U.S. markets, exchange traded fund investors looked to overseas markets over the first quarter in search of more cheaply priced assets and potential opportunities.
Investors Are Looking Back Into Corporate Bond ETFs-While equities markets were stuck within range and yields on benchmark Treasury notes slipped, investors plunged back into investment-grade corporate bonds and related exchange traded funds. For instance, in the
ETF Investors Shunned Bonds, Dividends in October-Investors are beginning to take a Federal Reserve interest rate hike seriously as improving economic data allows the central bank more leeway in tightening monetary policies. Consequently, we witnessed greater
Look to Corporate Bond ETFs as a Good Source of Yield-Investors have turned to investment-grade corporate bond exchange traded funds for their more attractive yields over depressed payouts in government debt and relatively safety over higher-yielding assets. For instance, the