|Day Lo||-||Day Hi||-|
This section compares how balanced and deep this ETF is relative to the peer group ETFdb.com Category.
|Corporate Senior Note||11.4%|
|Corporate Senior Subordinated Note||1.96%|
|Agency Senior Note||0.65%|
|Government/Treasury Senior Note||0.48%|
|Government/Treasury Unsecured Note||0.44%|
|Corporate Subordinated Note||0.38%|
|Corporate Preferred Stock||0.26%|
|Municipal Build America Bond||0.22%|
|Corporate Junior Subordinated Note||0.2%|
|0% to 1%||0.0%|
|1% to 2%||2.42%|
|2% to 3%||23.0%|
|3% to 4%||30.73%|
|4% to 5%||28.3%|
|5% to 6%||6.82%|
|6% to 7%||6.69%|
|7% to 8%||1.61%|
|8% to 9%||0.19%|
|9% to 10%||0.15%|
|Greater Than 10%||0.0%|
|N/A or Unknown||0.09%|
|Less Than 1 Year||0.09%|
|N/A or Unknown||1.12%|
This section shows how the dividend yield of this ETF compares to the peer group ETFdb.com Category.
This section compares the fund flows of this ETF to peers in the same ETFdb.com Category.
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This ETF offers a way for investors to access one of the most successful bond fund managers of all time, as BOND (formerly known as TRXT) is essentially an exchange-traded version of PIMCO's Total Return mutual fund. Benchmarked against the Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Index, BOND will generally contain a broad-based basket of investment grade U.S. debt securities. As such, BOND will likely have appeal as a core holding in many long-term, buy-and-hold portfolios. There are several ETFs that seek to passively replicate the index against which BOND is benchmarked; funds such as BND, AGG, LAG, and SCHZ might be more appealing options for those who believe that active managers are not able to consistently generate alpha over the long term. It should be noted that BOND charges about 45 basis points more in annual fees than the cheapest of those ETFs, meaning that the PIMCO fund must beat its benchmark by close to 55 basis points annually to justify the higher fees.
This section compares the cost efficiency of this ETF to peers in the same ETFdb.com Category.
BOND does not have an ESG score. There are no ESG themes that map to this ETF.
This section shows how this ETF has performed relative to its peer group ETFdb.com Category.
This section shows how the volatility of this ETF compares to the peer group ETFdb.com Category.