In this two-part series, our analytics and research strategists study premium and discount characteristics of different types of bond ETFs.
Last year, fixed income was a place of safety for many investors. Sure, corporate bonds had some grim moments, but in general, bonds handily outperformed stocks during 2008—with Treasuries the shining beacon in the storm. The irony, of course, was that fixed-income vehicles were the source of many of the problems.
Pimco reveals details about proposals for a line of active ETFs.
I suppose you could take a long-term position in an inverse Treasury ETF,
Manager of institutional portfolios debunks concern that asset allocation strategies and rebalancing won't work in coming years.
Will concern about inflation's effects cause investors to prioritize inverse Treasury ETFs?