As inflation begins to rise in the U.S., inflation-fighting funds serve up performance.
How should investors spell inflation protection? C-O-M-M-O-D-I-T-I-E-S.
For investors seeking a fresh way to fine-tune TIPS use, ‘TIPX’ looms large.
It hurts me deeply to admit when Matt is right about something, but the tale of IPE proves it.
SSgA launches a TIPS ETF and a global payout ETF.
SSgA plans to jump deeper into the TIPS market with two ETFs that span the zero- to 10-year portion of the yield curve.
ProShares unveils a first-to-market duo of ETFs designed around inflation, or a lack of it.
TIPS funds are growing fast. Since the launch of the first fund in 2003, TIPS ETFs have grown into a $22 billion category, with several new launches announced this year. BlackRock’s iShares Barclays TIPS Bond Fund (NYSE Arca: TIP) accounts for the lion’s share of the market today with $20 billion in assets, but recent offerings from Pimco and Vanguard are gaining ground, and new funds continue to launch. But does any of this TIPS frenzy make sense?