BulletShares fixed-income ETFs, when incorporated into a bond ladder strategy, can offer diversification and a high degree of flexibility, creating a convenient way to tailor your fixed income allocation1.Learn More
With ETFs, fixed income investors can experience the advantages of owning individual bonds, but often at reduced cost with less burdensome research.2
Defined maturity ETFs are designed to generate a yield-to-maturity similar to the underlying portfolio, after share creations and redemptions.3
A laddered strategy provides continuous bond exposure through multiple maturities. As holdings mature, the proceeds are reinvested into longer duration assets.Get Started With Invesco
1 Diversification does not guarantee a profit or eliminate risk.
2 Since ordinary brokerage commissions apply for each buy and sell transaction, frequent trading activity may increase the cost of ETFs.
3 Yield-to-maturity is the annualized rate of return on a bond held to maturity.
Unlike individual bonds, bond funds have fees and expenses and most bond funds do not have a maturity date, so holding them until maturity to avoid losses caused by price volatility is not possible. The funds do not seek any predetermined amount at maturity, and the amount an investor receives may be worth more or less than the original investment. In contrast, an individual bond matures; an investor typically receives the bond’s par or (face value).
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