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BAB: Taxable Munis Are A Viable Option, But They Face A Few Headwinds
The Invesco Taxable Municipal Bond Fund (NYSEArca: BAB) once featured “Build America bonds” in its name, hence the ticker “BAB.” While the exchange traded fund's name changed, it remains one of the premier avenues for accessing a broad portfolio of taxable municipal bonds, and with some market observers seeing signs of life in the often [.
The global economic recovery could be happening at a slower rate than anticipated, which puts low growth strategies and three exchange traded funds (ETFs) from Invesco in focus. Investors who are skeptical about the recovery can opt for low growth ETF strategies from Invesco that focus on quality.
Investors could be forgiven if, at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, they grew jittery over municipal bonds. Back then, concerns about some states' and municipalities' finances were exposed amid economic shutdowns and accelerating unemployment.
Insurers are once again investing in ETFs, but the types of funds have changed.
Capitol Hill and Wall Street are in two different cities, but when they interact on a regular basis, the results can beneficial for investors. A prime example of investors deriving benefit from a policy push is the recent passage of the American Rescue Plan, which fixed income market observers view as a plus for municipal [.
To combat low yields, fixed income investors can opt for taxable municipal bonds via ETFs like the Invesco Taxable Municipal Bond ETF (BAB). Getting taxable municipal bonds might seem counterintuitive given that one of the main reasons investors gravitate to munis is because of their tax advantages.
It's been a while since the Invesco Taxable Municipal Bond Fund (NYSEArca: BAB) was one of the municipal bond ETFs generating buzz, but that could change and do so imminently thanks to the American Rescue Plan. The $2.29 billion BAB tracks the ICE BofAML US Taxable Municipal Securities Plus Index, which uses a sampling methodology [.
DEERFIELD, Ill., Jan. 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BAB, Inc. (OTCQB: BABB) , today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly distribution of one cent ($0.01) per share, payable on February 24, 2021 to shareholders of record as of February 10, 2021.
With a Joe Biden administration looming, municipal bonds have been in play for fixed income investors. One pertinent idea is a taxable municipal bond, the focus of the Invesco Taxable Municipal Bond ETF (BAB).