Whether you seek broad index, targeted subsector or active exposures, fixed income ETFs offer diversification across numerous bond issues with one trade — and provide access to areas where individual bonds might be too expensive.
Since their introduction in 2002, fixed income ETFs have grown to more than $1 trillion in global assets,1 and can help you:
- Lower costs—Gain fixed income exposure at an average expense ratio of 0.25%, versus mutual funds' 0.66%.2
- Improve liquidity—Access market opportunities with greater ease than with individual bonds.
- Increase transparency—View daily holdings to facilitate due diligence and risk management.