January 18, 2012 at 08:00 AM EST
Five Juicy High Yield Bond ETFs For 2012
Equity markets have gotten off to a solid start in the new year, although looming Euro zone debt woes continue to breed some degree of pessimism and one piece of bad news from overseas is very well capable of sparking a broad sell-off that spills over onto Wall Street. The tug of war between positive economic data releases on the home front and turmoil in Europe continues, paving the way for volatile trading across asset classes as investors struggle to decipher which way the markets will tip next. Amidst the ongoing uncertainty, many investors are gravitating towards dividend-paying securities, particularly in the fixed income corner of the market, in an effort to favorably position themselves as the global financial drama develops in 2012. High yield bonds, commonly refereed to as “junk bonds”, have taken on great appeal amongst investors looking to beef up their portfolios’ current return and further diversify [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: PIMCO Debuts High Yield Bond ETF (HYS) HYLD: Crushing The High Yield Bond ETF Competition Recapping Impressive Innovation In Bond ETF Space ETFs For The Forgotten Asset Classes Active ETF Pipeline: Previewing Some Exciting Funds On The Horizon
Equity markets have gotten off to a solid start in the new year, although looming Euro zone debt woes continue to breed some degree of pessimism and one piece of bad news from overseas is very well capable of sparking a broad sell-off that spills over onto Wall Street. The tug of war between positive economic data releases on the home front and turmoil in Europe continues, paving the way for volatile trading across asset classes as investors struggle to decipher which way the markets will tip next. Amidst the ongoing uncertainty, many investors are gravitating towards dividend-paying securities, particularly in the fixed income corner of the market, in an effort to favorably position themselves as the global financial drama develops in 2012. High yield bonds, commonly refereed to as “junk bonds”, have taken on great appeal amongst investors looking to beef up their portfolios’ current return and further diversify [...]

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