Year-to-date, investors have added $7.35 billion in new assets to SHV, good for the best inflows among any fixed income ETF and the fourth-best total overall among US-listed ETFs.
“The choice between ultra-short, short-term or floating rate bonds depends on your holding period and investment objectives,” said BlackRock. “For a very short-term holding period, consider sticking to high-quality ultra-short maturities, such as less than one year. If you have a longer holding period (over 12 months), short-maturity fixed-rate bond ETFs can provide more income potential during rising rate periods if you can tolerate the price changes over the period.”
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