For investors considering HYEM, that would be meaningful because the ETF, which tracks the ICE BofA Diversified High Yield US Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Index, holds dollar-denominated debt. “Central
Fidelity International has launched a new actively managed fixed income ETF in Europe providing climate-conscious exposure to high yield corporate bonds that have been selected using a multi-factor investment
What kind of fund is a mainstay in the rest of the world, but not the United States? Global funds.
As CDs and 1-year T-bills offer yields between 4% and 5%, high yielding ETFs such as QYLD are more attractive than looking for yield in equities yielding 2-3%.QYLD has paid distributions for 106 consecutive months since its inception, as its buy-write covered call methodology isn’t dependent on economic cycles. QYLD sacrifices capital appreciation for immediate income and is an investment geared toward income investors.
What to wait for in 2023? A recession seems highly likely. Is it priced in already? We don’t think so – more pain to come when EPS estimates are revised downward further. How to position for 2023 – look at 2001 and 2008 to get the answer. Here you will find “the smart guys’ take” on how to play it out.
ETFs’ different approaches to weighting stocks have their pros and cons.