This Bronze-rated ETF cuts out some of its available opportunity set, but it is one of the cheapest funds in its category.
For core bond investors, these funds track the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index.
The best TIPS fund is one that is cheap and that effectively tracks a benchmark that is widely representative of the TIPS market. This fund checks all the boxes.
While nominal Treasury bonds price inflation risk into their yield, they do not protect against unexpected inflation.
Improvements in technology and manager skill have made passively managed municipal index funds more desirable.
While it is conservative relative to peers in the core-plus Morningstar Category, this fund provides great aggregate bond market exposure.
This fund adheres to the collective wisdom of the market in providing aggregate bond market exposure.
As the bond market’s barometer has become increasingly conservative, new indexed options have emerged.
These ETFs seek to provide safer exposure to the high-yield bond market.
Risk is not currently paying off--might as well be safe with Vanguard Short-Term Treasury ETF.
These ETFs protect against inflation and the potential for loss of principal.