The fund is far and away the largest and most-liquid corporate-bond ETF.
If preserving principal in the near term is an investor’s primary objective, then this fund will likely do the trick.
In light of the increased compensation being offered by the asset class, we spotlight a corporate-bond ETF with limited interest-rate risk.
Think liquid holdings aren't worth talking about given today's low interest rates? Some beg to differ.
Morningstar ETFInvestor editor Sam Lee explains what to do with it.
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The highs, lows, successes, and failures of ETFs in 2009.
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Yield-hungry investors also loaded up on junk bonds, while rate hike fears push fixed-income investors to the short end of the yield curve.