iShares S&P Short Term National AMT-Free Bond ETF


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Цена последней сделки 107.85
Код ценной бумаги SUB
Полное наименование iShares S&P Short Term National AMT-Free Bond ETF
Объем 4595000000
Изм за день, % 0.0
Комиссия 0.07
Дата основания Nov 05. 2008
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Тип актива Bond
Индекс S&P Short Term National AMT-Free Municipal Bond Index
Регион North America
Средний P/E 0.08
Дивиденды 1.11
5 летняя доходность 7.50
3 летняя доходность 7.44
Годовая доходность 2.23
Бета 0.01
Валюта usd
Топ 10 эмитентов, % 5.91
Количество компаний 1742
Изменение цены за день: 0.06% (107.79)

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Описание iShares S&P Short Term National AMT-Free Bond ETF

This fund tracks an index of municipal bonds, a slice of the bond market that is highly coveted due to its tax features. These bonds are generally free from federal taxes and in some cases, state and local income taxes as well making these funds crucial components of portfolios for those in high tax brackets. Muni bonds are used by local entities to pay for a variety of services or to make improvements to infrastructure paying for everything from new sewer systems to school renovations and bridge construction as such, they are relatively low risk instruments. This is especially true in the case of SUB since the fund only targets short term munis which have less default risk then their longer-dated counterparts. As a result SUB is a solid choice for investors seeking broad exposure to the muni market but with lower levels of risk. The fund still has very good levels of diversification-- holding over 500 securities-- but a relatively high expense ratio making the fund a choice for those who are willing to sacrifice a few basis points in fees for one of the most diversified portfolios in the Category. However, investors should be aware that these shorter term instruments are likely to pay out a lower rate of interest than some of the longer-term bonds that are out there, potentially limiting current income.