None of the options is perfect, but there are several fixed-income ETFs for investors looking to manage the threat of rising rates.
ETF holds up better than other funds that own riskier, lower-rated debt, which had their worst monthly outflows ever.
This ETF is an attractive investment option for exposure to the short end of the U.S. Treasury curve.
Bond funds' past performance isn't necessarily indicative of skill.
We examine the problems with hedging your portfolio with inverse ETFs.
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