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Doves Turn Hawks: 5 Fed-Proof Bond ETFs To Buy
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Tuesday, March 7, 2017 5:00 AM EDT
SNLN has a relatively high-yield coupled with protection from the looming rise in interest rates. The fund yields around 4.40% annually and charges 55 bps in fees.
In this article: SNLN, TAPR, IGHG, SHYG, VNLA
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Top And Flop ETFs Of November
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Saturday, December 3, 2016 6:28 PM EDT
These are the ETFs that were the winners and losers in the tumultuous month of November.
In this article: BRAQ, KBWR, SCIF, PALL, BRF, GDX, GDXJ, VXX, XME, BBP, TAPR, AIRR, SLVP
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Rate Hike Fears Rise, Time For Taper ETF?
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Thursday, September 3, 2015 5:47 PM EDT
TAPR offers investors positions against all five tenures on the U.S. Treasury futures curve and provides an interesting hedging strategy between short-term, intermediate-term and the long-term bonds.
In this article: TAPR
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4 Hedged & Inverse ETFs To Ride Out Imminent Rate Hike
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Tuesday, August 11, 2015 1:27 PM EDT
For ETF investors who are bearish on the bond market in the near term, any of these products could make an interesting choice: HYHG, IGHG, TAPR, DFVS.
In this article: DFVS, TAPR, HYHG, IGHG
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EC Investors Are Still Not Impressed With The Long Bond
Article By: Jesse Felder Thursday, February 19, 2015 10:06 PM EDT
What I find fascinating is that even with the recent pullback, the long bond has absolutely crushed the stock market in terms of performance over the past year or so and yet it continues to be scorned while stocks continue to be loved.
In this article: TLT, TAPR, DTUS, FLAT, STPP, DTYL, DLBL, DFVS, DTUL, BND
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5 Ways To Play Rising Rates With Hedged & Inverse ETFs
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Monday, February 16, 2015 8:50 AM EDT
Many investors are definitely pulling their money out of the bond market. At a time like this when investors are extremely cautious about rising rate risks and stock market volatility, investments in U.S. bonds with significant protection against potential rising rates can be good bets.
In this article: TAPR, HYGH, HYG, DFVS
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