AGGY - WisdomTree Yield Enhanced U.S. Aggregate Bond Fund

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
52.63
+0.04 (+0.08%)
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Previous Close52.59
Open52.52
Bid48.20 x 3000
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range52.48 - 52.64
52 Week Range47.35 - 52.68
Volume425,894
Avg. Volume133,318
Net Assets796.08M
NAV52.57
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield3.20%
YTD Return11.22%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.14
Expense Ratio (net)0.12%
Inception Date2015-07-09
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    USFR Bond ETF is Still Useful Even as the Fed Takes a Softer Stance

    While the Federal Reserve could be readying to lower interest rates later this year, the utility of floating rate notes (FRNs) and exchange traded funds, such as the WisdomTree Bloomberg Floating Rate ...

  • Benzinga

    Improving Broad Bond Market Exposure

    Many of the most widely followed fixed income benchmarks -- including the Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index -- and the related exchange traded funds weight holdings by market capitalization. The WisdomTree Yield Enhanced U.S. Aggregate Bond Fund (NYSE: AGGY) is one of the premier options for investors looking for alternative to traditional aggregate bond funds. AGGY “is a strategic-beta fund that strives to boost return by overweighting higher-yielding components of the Aggregate Index,” said Morningstar in a recent research note.

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    A Credible Alternative to Traditional Bond Funds

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  • Benzinga

    Rethinking Global Fixed Income Strategies

    Global fixed income exchange traded funds, like many of their domestic counterparts, are frequently weighted by market capitalization. WisdomTree Investments Inc. (NASDAQ: WETF) features an expansive lineup of ETFs, including bond funds, that favor alternative weighting methodologies. The WisdomTree Yield Enhanced Global Aggregate Bond Fund debuted earlier this month.

  • Morningstar

    This Strategic-Beta Bond Fund Pulls From the Active-Manager Playbook

    The fund tracks the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Enhanced Yield Index, which divides the investment-grade-focused Aggregate Index into 20 subcomponents. The index defines these subcomponents  by sector (securitized, corporate credit, and government), years to maturity, and credit rating. The strategy offers higher yield by tilting toward corporate bonds and away from U.S. Treasuries relative to the Aggregate Index.

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    Stock, Bond ETF Strategies to Fight Rising Rates

    Investors should be careful when navigating the current environment and consider some ETF investment vehicles that are designed to outperform when interest rates rise. Overall, we can anticipate further strengthening in the economy, which will lead to a tighter monetary policy out of the Fed. For instance, the government recently revealed the U.S. economy expanded at a 4.1% rate, its best quarterly performance since 2014. Flanagan warned that the U.S. budget deficit has widened and the Treasury Department has been increasing supply of U.S. Treasuries - Treasury supply for the fiscal year 2018 is expected to be in the $1 trillion to $1.5 trillion range, compared to the $519 billion issued for the fiscal year 2017.