What are bond ETFs?
Bond ETFs are a type of exchange-traded fund that invests in bonds. Bond ETFs can hold a portfolio of bonds with different strategies ranging from U.S. Treasuries to high yields, from long-term to short-term maturities.
Benefits of bond ETFs
Bond ETFs offer diversified portfolios for a fraction of what is would cost to trade the individual bonds.
One ETF can provide exposure to hundres of bonds so you can achieve diversification in a single trade. For example, the iShares Core Total U.S. Bond Market ETF (AGG) provides access to over 1,700 investment-grade bonds.
iShares ETFs are exchange traded - they give you the ability to get in and out when you want.
iShares has a range of bond ETFs to help you navigate today's challenging landscape and meet your investment goals. Here’s a look into our different bond ETF strategies.
As the Fed moves to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade, the investment landscape will shift. We know that rising rates will impact bond prices – but that’s not the whole story. A rising rate environment may also present opportunities for well-prepared investors.
Enhance your portfolio’s return potential with our high-yield bond ETFs.
Build a diversified portfolio of bond ETFs that mature on a specific end date with a single trade. Learn about our products and how you can use them in your portfolio.
Generally exempt from federal taxes, muni bond ETFs offer a way to potentially generate income and save on taxes.