High Yield Corp Bond Ishares Iboxx $ ETF (HYG)
$84.46 0.79 (0.94%)
19:59 EDT HYG Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $84.46
Market Cap 18.66B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 35.31M
Day's Range 84.40 - 85.03
52-Week Range 67.52 - 88.53
Dividend & Yield 4.46 (5.28%)
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It's a bad time to buy junk bonds, or junk funds like HYG and JNK. Be patient and wait for this indicator to improve before jumping in.
Dividend ETFs like HYG, AMPL and VNQ can help investors diversify and balance out a stock-heavy portfolio.
As high-yield ETFs run hot, it’s a great time to evaluate your exposure and consider changes in light of your risk tolerance.
If you could earn 5% to 6% in income every year from a stock you don't have to watch, you'd hold it. Here are 3 "preferred" that fit the bill
Signs point to a market correction in November, so take advantage of the short-term downside -- support bounces could be extremely profitable.
High-yield dividend ETFs offer a larger stream of income with less risk than an individual stock or bond -- but pitfalls remain.
Cash on corporate balance sheets grew to $1.84 billion in 2015, a record level. But debt grew, too. It's an ominous sign with some history
Four major banks have lowered their economic growth expectations for the year ahead. Here's what's going on and what it means for investors...
It's difficult to navigate the landscape of high-yield ETFs in today's market, but HYG, AMLP and REM could be worth the risk. Here's why.
There is no certainty in stock market moves, and investors must be prepared for rapid changes. Here are 4 options to consider when you've missed a big move
Junk bonds (HYG) have seen a strong rally on the back of strong oil. With the rally in oil tempering, junk bonds may as well.
Defensive utilities led the way while healthcare lagged behind. Elsewhere, Asian markets disappointed overnight after a weekend meeting of G20 leaders ended without any commitment to coordinate new stimulus efforts.
The trading environment for 2016 has been toxic so far, but for those who see the opportunity in gold stocks and the metal, its time to pounce
A realistic look at the unemployment picture in the US suggests that investors look to their portfolios' asset allocations and make changes as necessary
The U.S. economy continues to show signs of frailty, with little sign of a change for the future. Here are the charts you need to see today...