SHYG - iShares 0-5 Year High Yield Corporate Bond ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
46.07
+0.13 (+0.28%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close45.94
Open46.06
Bid43.00 x 3200
Ask45.97 x 1000
Day's Range46.06 - 46.14
52 Week Range43.84 - 47.47
Volume543,738
Avg. Volume570,840
Net Assets3.13B
NAV45.96
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield5.62%
YTD Return6.47%
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.03
Expense Ratio (net)0.30%
Inception Date2013-10-15
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  • ETF Trends

    Keeping it Short, But Effective With Junk Bonds

    The Fed recently lowered interest rates and is poised to do so again before the end of this year, likely making longer duration bond funds more attractive to income investors. SHYG seeks to track the investment results of the Markit iBoxx® USD Liquid High Yield 0-5 Index, which is primarily composed of U.S. dollar-denominated, high yield corporate bonds with remaining maturities of less than five years. “To address this issue, this fund screens its holdings for liquidity by their size,” said Morningstar in a recent note.

  • ETF Trends

    High Yield Energy Bonds Climb Ahead of OPEC Meeting

    The Bloomberg Barclays High Yield Energy Total Return Index was up 0.77%, marking its highest gain in two years since the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Companies (OPEC) agreed to reduce supply ...

  • ETF Trends

    Latest Stock Market Correction Justifies the Case for Bond ETF Investing

    The 2018 Midterm Election provided the necessary rally for U.S. equities after washing investors through October's volatility machine, but this continues to persist in the capital markets as the Dow Jones Industrial Average began Monday with a 600-point loss as it struggles to recover on Tuesday--a sign that investors should give bonds a closer look--fixed-income exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in particular. The sell-offs in October was partly to blame as a confluence of these factors could signal that the environment for fixed-income investors will only get more complex. Maybe, but maybe it isn't so wise for investors to dismiss bonds outright," wrote Goldberg.

  • ETF Trends

    3 High-Yield Fixed-Income ETFs to Combat Stock Market Volatility

    The old adage of "no risk, no reward" is still thrown around as part of investment vernacular, explicitly stating that those who take on a high degree of risk will reap the benefits of their emboldened maneuvers. In the current economic climate, high-yield bonds might be considered a safe haven and for most investors, it’s hard to imagine high-yielding debt to be associated with “safe,” unless the word “not” precedes it, but to fixed-income investors in the know, these bonds have been anything, but junk in a rising rate landscape. As the curtain closes on the bull run and the late market cycle, the natural propensity for fixed-income investors is to shift back to safer government debt, but in today’s rising rate environment, high-yielding bond strategies may be the safer option.

  • ETF Trends

    Japanese Investors Flock to Chinese Bonds for Higher Yields

    Japanese investors with an appetite for high yields have been flocking to Chinese bonds in order to appease this hunger as access to these areas of the $12 trillion Chinese bond markets have opened due to recent reforms. Data provided by the Japanese Ministry of Finance revealed that Japanese investors purchased 151 billion yen ($1.33 billion) of Chinese bonds year-to-date, which is close to double the amount invested in 2016. “A growing number of investors are interested in Chinese bonds now,” said Hiroshi Yokotani, portfolio strategist at State Street Global Advisors. In addition to the higher yields offered by Chinese bonds, China's latest policy changes have provided the necessary ingress to allow more Japanese investors and investors across the globe to take part in the high-yielding bond bonanza.

  • ETF Trends

    Is High-Yield the New Safe Haven Amid Rising Rates?

    With the extended bull market in full swing, the risk-on mentality of investors have led them to gravitate towards high-yield debt assets, but with the Federal Reserve interest rate decision looming next week, has high-yield become somewhat of a safe haven? As the curtain closes on the bull run and the late market cycle, the natural propensity for fixed-income investors is to shift back to safer government debt, but in today's environment of rising rates, high-yielding bond strategies may be the safer option. According to Sean Hanlon, Chairman, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Hanlon Investment Management, these high-yielding bonds could be the best defense against more rate hikes to come despite most having below-investment grade debt issues.

  • ETF Trends

    High-Yield Coporate Bond Strategies Still in Favor

    Benchmark treasury yields ticked higher across the board, which saw the 10-year touch the 3% marker once again this year, but despite this, high-yield corporate bonds are still an attractive option as ...

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    High-Yield Bond Strategies Led Fixed-Income in Q2

    It was back-to-back winning quarters for high-yield bond strategies, which led a Morningstar Inc list of top fixed-income performers during the second quarter, taking seven out of the top 10 spots. High-yield ...