How To Fix Bond ETFs

You want to fix bond ETFs, Dave? Here are a few simple ideas.

Features and News

Bread Vs. Cake Part II

John Serrapere of Arrow Insights adjusts his portfolio for the troubles to come. M&A funds, VIX ETNs and commodities are attractive.

Features and News

Pimco Set To Launch Two Bond Funds


Pimco, the world's largest bond fund manager in terms of assets, is set to launch two new Treasury-linked exchange-traded funds.

Pimco 20+ Year Zero Coupon U.S. Treasury Index Fund (NYSEArca: ZROZ) was listed Friday but hasn't launched. The fund will track the BofA Merrill Lynch Long Treasury Principal STRIPS Index.

Net annual operating expenses are pegged at 0.15 percent. Analysis

Better Bond Indexes? How About Better Bond ETFs?

Matt’s call for a better bond index is just the tip of the iceberg. Analysis

Bond Indexes Are Fundamentally Flawed

The basic premise of most corporate bond indexes is flawed. There has to be a better way.

Features and News

ProShares Registers Two Treasuries-Linked Funds


ProShares Trust is adding two new Treasuries-linked funds to its lineup of offerings.

The funds—the ProShares Ultra 7-10 Year Treasury, and the ProShares Ultra 20+ Year Treasury—will seek to capture 200 percent of the daily performance of their underlying indexes.

Features and News

Grail Advisors Files For Active Bond ETFs


Grail Advisors LLC is at it again. The firm has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to launch two actively managed bond exchange-traded funds.

Just a few days ago, it launched four active equity ETFs with RiverPark Advisors. (You can read that story here.)