Rising Rates: How to Protect Yield Generation

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A rate-hedged bond ETF means a portfolio targeting zero duration. If interest rates rise 1%, HYHG would actually generate a positive 0.28% return.

HYHG also shows an attractive 6.49% 30-day SEC yield, so investors don’t have to give up yields to hedge against rising rates.

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