VanEck Vectors Fallen Angel HiYld Bd ETF (ANGL)
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With bond yields low and credit spreads tight, fixed income investors are facing myriad challenges this year. They're finding some relief with fallen angel bonds.
Investors turn to under-the-radar ETF choices in the junk bond space.
This fund gives investors exposure to "Fallen Angels." "Fallen Angels" references bonds that were investment grade at the time of issuance, but have "fallen" into junk territory now.
Despite the re-opening of the economy and a sharp uptick in inflation measures, the Fed has remained committed to a very dovish policy. We are not likely to see interest rate hikes until at least 2022, if not later.
The VanEck Vectors Fallen Angel High Yield Bond ETF (NASDAQ: ANGL) is a fixed income exchange traded fund with some momentum. There's a steady appetite for high-yield corporate debt and some market observers are speculating a host of energy-sector fallen angels could regain investment-grade status due to improving balance sheets and fundamentals in that sector.
Per a CNBC article, junk bonds are not so worthless anymore, as corporate earnings have been improving along with economic reopening and vaccine distribution.
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Insurers are once again investing in ETFs, but the types of funds have changed.
U.S. Weekly FundFlows Insight Report: Conventional Fund, ETF Investors Shun Equities Over Rising Inflationary Concerns2021-05-21 18:00
Investors were overall net purchasers of fund assets (including those of conventional funds and ETFs) for the second week in a row. Authorized participants (APs) were net sellers of domestic equity ETFs (-$3.7 billion), withdrawing money for the first week in 11.
Historically low interest rates are making for a challenging fixed income environment. VanEck offers three bond ETFs that can still thrive.