Where to Find Income Within Fixed Income

After a year of significant rate hikes in 2022, there are many investment strategies offering higher yields within the fixed income universe. Some advisors are returning to the corporate bond market, where a diversified portfolio can offset the credit risks and generate meaningful income. Others are turning to collateralized loan obligations (CLOs), which offer a floating rate coupon that adjusts as rate rise. In the next webcast, VanEck and VettaFi will review the market conditions and explain how various investment strategies can be a strong fit in a client portfolio.

March 16, 2023
11am PT | 2pm ET
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Topics of discussion will include:

  • The benefits of the CLO structure, particularly their ability to mitigate risk and other built in protections.
  • The state of the investment grade and high yield bond markets and where opportunities can be found.
  • Why not all high-yield strategies are created equally and how fallen angels stand out.
  • How financial advisors can incorporate targeted fixed income ETFs into a diversified income portfolio.


Fran Rodilosso

Head of Fixed Income ETF Portfolio Management

Bill Sokol

Director of ETF Product Management

Tom Lydon

Vice Chairman

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An investment in a Collateralized Loan Obligation (CLO) may be subject to risks which include, among others, debt securities, LIBOR Replacement, foreign currency, foreign securities, investment focus, newly-issued securities, extended settlement, management, derivatives, cash transactions, market, operational, trading issues, and non-diversified risks. CLOs may also be subject to liquidity, interest rate, floating rate obligations, credit, call, extension, high yield securities, income, valuation, privately-issued securities, covenant lite loans, default of the underlying asset and CLO manager risks, all of which may adversely affect the value of the investment.

There are inherent risks with fixed income investing. These risks may include interest rate, call, credit, market, inflation, government policy, liquidity, or junk bond. When interest rates rise, bond prices fall.  This risk is heightened with investments in longer duration fixed-income securities and during periods when prevailing interest rates are low or negative.

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