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Why Investors May Want to Consider FLTR

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Why Investors May Want to Consider FLTR

If they want to make some riskier bets on certain asset classes, emerging markets debt, for instance, even local currency, or they do like some parts of the high yield market but want to move down the risk curve in other parts – sort of the risk barbell approach – FLTR is to me a fairly good option. SOKOL: And if you’d like to learn more about FLTR or subscribe to receive additional insights from Fran and other VanEck thought leaders, please visit our website at www.vaneck.com. As we discussed in this series, floating rate notes (or FRNs) act as cushions during periods of rising interest rates.