FlexShares Core Select Bond ETF (BNDC)
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The iShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF (AGG) isn't the end-all-be-all for getting core bond exposure when there are options from FlexShares to consider. One such fund that can serve as an AGG alternative is the FlexShares Core Select Bond Fund (BNDC).
Getting in and out of trading positions takes deft skill, and that's where an active exchange traded fund (ETF) like the FlexShares Core Select Bond Fund (BNDC) can chip in. With the rising tide of interest rates looming ahead, the fixed income notion has been to move into ultra-short bonds.
How can investors prioritize both growth and income? This FlexShares strategy is a great place to start.
While investors are debating whether the tried-and-true 60-40 allocation can still work in today’s market, it’s still a must to get core bond exposure. Rather than select individual bonds themselves, investors can opt for an active approach via the FlexShares Core Select Bond Fund (BNDC).
Investors looking for core fixed income exposure have plenty of options to consider in the world of ETFs. One of the more compelling members of that group is the FlexShares Core Select Bond Fund (NYSEArca: BNDC), which is an alternative to strategies linked to the widely followed d Bloomberg Barclays Aggregate Bond Index.
Core bond funds usually aren’t volatile, but these are unusual times. Recent turbulence in previously safe sectors of the fixed income space could be opening the door to opportunity with ETFs, such as the FlexShares Core Select Bond Fund (NYSEArca: BNDC), which is an alternative to funds tracking the Bloomberg Barclays Aggregate Bond Index.