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10 Bond ETFs To Keep An Eye On, From Vanguard To iShares

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Interested in bond ETFs? Among all exchange traded products, ETFs have recently became some of the most popular due to the advantages they bring to their investors. Since ETFs behave like stocks, speculative investors can benefit from price fluctuations during the day, unlike mutual or index funds whose Net Asset Value is calculated at the end of the day when the market closes. At the same time, while purchasing even a single share of an ETF, an investor gets the chance to put his or her money into a whole group of securities like stocks, bonds or commodities.

Bond ETFs

While ETFs that follow the performance of stock indices are considered the most popular, other ETFs should not be neglected. Let’s take a look at bond ETFs this time around, in a style similar to our coverage of index ETFs. What you should know about bond ETFs is that unlike index-tracking ETFs, these funds focus specifically on investing in fixed income securities.

Let’s take a look at some of the biggest bond ETFs, while also analyzing other features, like average daily trading volume, and since ETFs behave as stocks, their year-to-date returns should also be mentioned.

Highlights from our list include Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (NYSEARCA:BND) and iShares Barclays TIPS Bond Fund (ETF) (NYSEARCA:TIP).

Check out the rest of the list of bond ETFs on the following pages:

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