7-10 Year Treas Bond Ishares ETF (IEF)
$120.38 0.09 (0.08%)
15:59 EST IEF Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 9.40B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.10M
Day's Range 120.35 - 120.51
52-Week Range 110.04 - 123.41
Dividend & Yield 2.24 (1.86%)
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By Joel Baglole
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Treasury yields rise to the highest since May as rumors of a more hawkish Fed chair gaining support surface; investors risk appetite grow.
North Korea tests hydrogen bomb; compels investors to shift to Japanese yen and gold investments.
Inflation hasn't been a problem for a long time, making now a great time to get into an asset class investors don't know enough about...
In a suppressed rate environment, dividend-paying stocks will continue to lead the way, and these 3 dividend stocks are sure winners
It's become more difficult to find yields when prices are thin and rates are so low. Here's advice on how to navigate these tricky waters
Analysts may regard the U.S. economy in a favorable light, and many believe that higher stock prices reflect optimism about the markets. I'm not so sure
It doesn't matter if stocks are overvalued as long as there's a more foolish player willing to pay a higher price. Don't let that person be you
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
You cannot make this stuff up. The median stock in the S&P 500 has never been more overvalued on these key metrics. Now's the time for caution...
In a strong bull market, higher volatility stocks tend to outperform lower volatility stocks, but near term is the risk worth the reward?
Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, commented that retail investors are not adding to stock holdings. Buybacks are holding up the market
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...
Debt and interest levels continue to rise across the corporate board. This puts earnings at risk, which should concern investors for the future.
In the 1980s and 90's corporations reported quarterly results that corresponded to GAAP. Here's why the change to non-GAAP is important for investors
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...
Investors have been flocking to the safety of treasury bonds in recent months, and as TIPS prices rise, they are getting a strong second look
Are corporations in great shape? Three consecutive quarters of declines in earnings and record high leverage suggest not. Here's our strategy