High Yield Corporate Bond ETFs seek to provide the opposite daily or monthly return of high-yield or junk bond prices. The funds use futures contracts to gain exposure and essentially provide a synthetic short position in junk bonds. These bonds are defined as securities with credit ratings less than ‘BB’. The level of magnification is included in their descriptions and is generally -1x, -2x or -3x .
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As of 02/05/23