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SPDR Bloomberg Barclays High Yield Bond ETF (JNK)

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107.51-0.10 (-0.09%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
107.51 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 04:44PM EST
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  • A
    ALF Tanner
    Junk bonds paying 4.3% is an absolute joke. The Fed has twisted and distorted the markets to the point where they are detached from reality. There is a huge pent up bankruptcy wave that is on hold simply because there is so much easy money available to borrow. JNK may be showing the first signs of cracks in the dam. When the collapse starts, the Fed will print money like nothing we have seen before.
  • L
    LEP
    yup, this is the one to watch to determine if the bottom is coming out. Many of the small highly-leveraged oil shale companies may hit bankruptcy, not to mention banks that thought the Fed would buy their leveraged assets for cash.
    Bearish
  • j
    joe jones
    I bought 100 shares of this in my IRA a few months back for fun. My broker does DRIP so I'll be interested to see how this does over a 30 year period.
  • J
    J B
    Bought 3200 shares at 33.50, in December, and am happy with the returns and monthly dividends, which have been going right into my vacation fund. I do think we might be close to a pull-back though, so I might halve my position and see what happens from there. One never goes broke taking a profit. GLTA.
  • n
    nemisis
    Manipulation of charts of JNK one chart displays down and the other one shows up. But they are all at the same price.
  • J
    Joseph
    I also have shares in hy bonds in closed end funds at 9% yield!
    Bullish
  • j
    joe jones
    Debt downgrade avalanche is inevitable now. This ETF will lose half its value in the next 2 years.
  • O
    Oracle of Ontario
    once this gets to the 70's the yield is crazy safe
  • a
    asdfasdf
    so completely unfair for those who sold on the way down as credit was deteriorating
  • t
    tom
    I must of forgot that in the constitution it says that the fed's mandate is to keep bankrupt business models and leverage more prevalent.
  • A
    Anonymous
    200% jump??? what happened, where is the news? With such, my JNK stock changed name to numeric number 7846XXX ??? why? Anyone know?
  • j
    josc
    Not happy with this split. I now have 1/3 the amount of shares and the divy will go from 5.6% down to 1.9% at the current price. Why would a company want to triple the cost of their shares. One would think less people would be interested in purchasing shares. Especially with the divy remaining the same. SMH.
  • g
    gregory
    The fed doesn't hold any corporate bonds anymore.
  • B
    Bob Geeeeeeez
    Many bonds and closed end funds are super. I loaded up on energy in NGRX, JMF, CTR and CVX and all have delivered from the false bottom they hit. This is how wealth changes hands.
  • P
    Pickle Nose
    when is the div paid?
  • S
    SChalice
    This will easily break 100 before the end of the year.
  • R
    Richard
    what's everyone's outlook on bonds now in this market?
  • g
    gregory
    Has the Fed stopped buying jonk bonds?
  • B
    BUBBLES
    I have 2K shares short at 37.
  • p
    paul
    ive been here before-expect 25% downdraft--oxy cut dividend today
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