These ETFs (Exchange-Traded Fund) are baskets of investments made up of loans to companies and governments bundled together into a single fund.
22 ETFs listed
Long Haul Bonds
Uncle Sam: Long-Term
Bond, Junk Bond
Uncle Sam: Medium-Term
Big Business Bonds: Short-Term
Global USD Bonds: Variety Pack
Rate Hike Refuge
Inflation Defense: Variety Pack
Inflation Defense: Short-Term
Park my Cash
Uncle Sam: Variety Pack
Big Business Bonds: Medium-Term
Bonds Nationwide: Variety Pack
Don’t Tax On Me
Big Business Bonds: Long-Term
Stash resources on the Bonds Industry
The Stash Way: Diversify with Bonds
There are so many different kinds of bonds; learn what they are and how they can help round out your portfolio
Bond Market vs. Stock Market: How Are They Connected?
Fact: The U.S. bond market is worth around $40 trillion, and is actually much larger than the stock market.
The Stash Way: Learn to Diversify by Sector
Investing in different sectors can help you round out your portfolio
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