Single-Bond ETFs Make Sense in a 5% Interest Rate World

Single-Bond ETFs Make Sense in a 5% Interest Rate World

US Benchmark Series’ Alex Morris discusses the outlook for the bond market and single-bond ETFs.

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Reviewed by: Mark Nacinovich
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Edited by: Kent Thune
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Is the spike in long-term bond yields justified? Alex Morris, co-founder of the US Benchmark Series, and co-portfolio manager of the funds, thinks so. 

In this episode of Exchange Traded Fridays, Morris sits down with etf.com senior analyst Sumit Roy to discuss the outlook for bonds. He also breaks down the case for investing in single-bond ETFs—which have been gathering assets at a rapid pace this year— explains why his firm is trying to break into the mutual fund industry.

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