|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||108.50 - 108.62|
|52 Week Range||108.21 - 111.66|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.25%|
Municipal bonds and the related exchange traded funds are popular with conservative, income-seeking investors and those looking for some tax-advantaged investments. Munis also help diversify fixed-income ...
The Senate is expected to clear bipartisan legislation that could help make it easier for U.S. banks to buy state and local bonds, potentially bolstering demand for municipal debt and supporting munis-related ...
E*TRADE Financial Corporation today announced a significant expansion of its commission-free exchange-traded fund lineup, all of which are non-proprietary:
The municipal bond market has entered 2018 rather quietly, compared to the fevered pitch it reached as we ushered out 2017. The start of the New Year has not been kind to those looking to put their money to work in the tax-free municipal bond market. An avalanche of new issue supply at the end […] The post Muni Bonds From a Roar to A Whimper For Yield 2018 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
With the start of the New Year finally upon us, it can mean only one thing — it’s tax season. And while the new Republican tax bill does hold plenty of promise, the reality is, most tax analysts have no idea what the long-term effects on the average Joe will be. Ultimately, it means investors still need to be as tax efficient as it comes with their portfolios.
I’ve been getting a lot of emails from readers worried about how closed-end funds (CEFs)—especially bond-oriented closed-end funds—will perform next year, when the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
The tax reform debate in Washington is roiling the municipal bond market—and that’s setting up a screaming buying opportunity for contrarians on the hunt for income.
Let’s walk through some of the most popular fixed-income plays today – and replace each with something that yields more (with superior price upside to boot).
In 2016, Puerto Rico defaulted on constitutionally guaranteed GO (general obligation) bonds. On May 3, 2017, Puerto Rico filed for Title III bankruptcy.
The performance of municipal bonds has fallen since the 2016 election, as President Trump’s tax reform and infrastructure spending plans have caused some concern among investors.
There’s a terrific buying opportunity taking shape in the municipal-bond market. Almost no one sees it coming, and you can thank a familiar friend for it.
One possible driver to action could simply be alerting the public through their local media outlets just what havoc can be, and has been, wrought by cyberattacks.
We are all potentially at risk of cyberattack – directly or indirectly. When it comes to municipalities, this may not always be obvious to the average state or city taxpayer.