Summary: Bond ETFs grew by over $212billion reaching $1,094billion in total assets.
Summary: Bond ETFs continue to collect assets as investor behavior continues to favor Investment grade bonds. Junk bonds (Risk-on) and inflation protection also do well.
Summary: “Risk-on” continues as cash flows into bond funds including junk.
Summary: The markets have shifted to “risk-on” as cash flows from U.S. Treasury bond ETFs and into junk bond ETFs.
Summary: “Risk-off” has been elevated as equity market volatility leads into the week of horrors for the markets.
Summary: Fund flows continue to reflect investor sentiment but bond ETFs attract assets and continue to grow.
Summary: As risk-off dominates fund flows, JR Rieger sees shifts in investor sentiment.
Summary: Yield hunger and Inflation Worries Drive Fund Flows.
Summary: Risk-on is back as high yield bond ETFs see 30-day inflows of over $8billion.
Summary: JR reviews the facts v. the ads on YTD 2020 performance of active v. passive bond ETFs. The year of the active manager? Not yet!.
Date of production: August 10, 2020