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Target Maturity Bond ETFs: Do They Make Sense For You?

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Mon, 19 May 2014

Key Points Target maturity bond ETFs hold bonds that are all expected to mature in the same year. Current choices include investment-grade corporate bonds, high yield bonds and municipal bonds. These ETFs combine some features of diversified bond portfolios with some features of holding individual

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