HYLD - High Yield ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
33.81
-0.09 (-0.27%)
At close: 3:59PM EST
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Previous Close33.90
Open33.70
Bid33.75 x 900
Ask33.97 x 2200
Day's Range33.60 - 33.99
52 Week Range33.05 - 35.00
Volume12,654
Avg. Volume23,106
Net Assets125.54M
NAV33.92
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield7.34%
YTD Daily Total Return0.95%
Beta (5Y Monthly)-0.19
Expense Ratio (net)1.25%
Inception Date2010-11-30
  • ETF Database

    Is Junk Bond Market Heading to Ultra-Risky Territory?

    Wall Street is sounding the bell on the high yield debt market as investors’ appetite for yield is still strong, which is only fueled by low interest rates and in some parts of the world, negative interest rates. As the economy in the U.S keeps showing positive data like the record-low unemployment rate, this could keep fueling a risk-on sentiment in the corporate world–a green light for more debt.

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    Is the Junk Bond Market Heading into Ultra-Risky Territory?

    Wall Street is sounding the bell on the high yield debt market as investors' appetite for yield is still strong, which is only fueled by low interest rates and in some parts of the world, negative interest rates. HYLD provides exposure to a high income investment strategy that selects a focused portfolio of high yield securities.

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    Take Heed When It Comes To High Yield, Says Moody’s

    Debt ratings agency Moody’s recently warned investors to tread lightly when it comes to high yield debt. After significant gains in 2019 due to a rally in bond activity, a correction could be ahead where ...

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    Investor Optimism Fuels Corporate Bond Gains

    Investors are feeling optimistic about the economy heading into 2020 and it’s translating to gains in corporate bonds that haven’t been seen in the last 10 years or so, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

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    2020: Will It Be A Good Year for High Yield Funds?

    Refinancings in the European debt market were aplenty in 2019, but 2020 could be a good year for high yield, making ETFs that focus on less-than-investment grade credit a prime option on the watch list for next year.

  • ETF Trends

    Investor Optimism Fueling Corporate Bond Gains

    Investors are feeling optimistic about the economy heading into 2020 and it’s translating to gains in corporate bonds that haven’t been seen in the last 10 years or so, according to a Wall Street Journal ...

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    2020: A Good Year for High Yield Funds?

    “Given the ‘lower-for-longer’ mind set and what looks to be a healthy market backdrop, we expect the demand for higher yields to increase,” said Mansour Nehlawi, who works for the high yield and leveraged loans syndicate desk at Citigroup Inc. in London. Investors seeking high yield can look to ETFs like The High Yield ETF (HYLD) . For investors seeking high-yielding income and emerging markets exposure, they can look to the VanEck Vectors EM High Yield Bond ETF (HYEM) .

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    The Case for More Accommodative Policy Has Strengthened

    The capital markets cheered on Wednesday as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank would essentially cut interest rates due to ongoing risks from a U.S.-China trade war and a slowing economic landscape around the globe. As the case for more accomodative policy has strengthened, it's making the environment more challenging for fixed income investors. The presumption of the Fed's rate cuts translated to strength in U.S. equities as the S&P 500 went past the 3,000 mark for the first time.

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    High Yield Experiencing Lows in Current Fixed Income Environment

    The presumption of the Federal Reserve's possible rate cuts in 2019 are translating to strength in U.S. equities and certain corners of investment-grade bonds, but riskier assets like high-yield debt are feeling the lows. Fixed income investors navigating through the waters of high yield should take caution. According to a Nasdaq report, the "dovishness from the Fed has been bullish for most of the debt market, with sovereign yields falling and corporate debt getting a boost.

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    The Quest for Yield is Becoming More Challenging Worldwide

    The quest for yield is becoming more challenging as the Federal Reserve is sounding more accommodative with respect to interest rate policy with possible cuts on the way. It's not relegated to just the United States as other parts of the world are also looking at record-low interest rates, which makes navigating the fixed income market a slippery slope. As concerns of a global economic slowdown permeate the markets, other factors are also contributing, such as an aging population.

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    A 2% High Yield Default Rate is Projected in 2020

    According to a new Fitch Ratings report, a 2 percent high yield default rate is projected for 2020 based on a record low 12 percent 'CCC' share of issues and only 5 percent of outstanding debt due before 2021. "Fitch expects a 4% energy default rate for the end of 2020, with many of the default candidates having legacy issues from the 2014-2016 oil price collapse," said Eric Rosenthal, Senior Director of Leveraged Finance. As market headwinds from a trade war impasse buried the capital markets in volatility during the month of May, a de-risking occurred in funds specializing in high yield like The High Yield ETF (HYLD) .

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    High Yield De-Risking Showed a Move to Quality Debt

    As market headwinds from a trade war impasse buried the capital markets in volatility during the month of May, a de-risking occurred in funds specializing in high yield like The High Yield ETF (HYLD) . The fund, however, adjusted its strategy by making a move towards quality debt holdings as investors sought more fixed income exposure during this volatile swing. The Sub-Advisor seeks to achieve the fund's investment objective by selecting a focused portfolio of high-yield debt securities, which include senior and subordinated corporate debt obligations, such as loans, bonds, debentures, notes, and commercial paper.

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    Japan Enters the High Yield Game With Latest Bond Offering

    Negative interest rates in Japan may have prevented potential investors from even looking at bonds in the land of the rising sun, but the nation's first publicly offered high yield bond could make them think twice--or not--given that the yield is a paltry 0.99 percent. The issuing company, Aiful, a consumer lending company, broke the mold with its bond offering rated at BB by the Japan Credit Rating Agency. Aiful raised eyebrows a decade ago due to questionable lending tactics, but this latest bond offering could spark some new investor interest.

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    Search for Yield Amid Trade Wars Can End With ‘HYLD’ ETF

    U.S. equities rallied in 2019, and then took a dive following the latest U.S.-China trade deal news, but investors are always on the hunt for income–they could find those opportunities in high yield. As ...