Invest in Big Business Bonds: Short-Term on Stash

Invest in short-term bonds from creditworthy companies in the United States.

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Big Business Bonds: Short-Term

Ticker: IGSB

Big Business Bonds: Short-Term

$49.50

-1.20%

(1W)

$

The historical performance data for individual securities quoted on this website represents past performance reported as an average annual return for a given time horizon. Historical performance over the last 5 years, for example, is simply what the average return per year (compound annual growth rate) was for the investment over the past 5 years.

IGSB Performance Breakdown

Share Price

$49.50

Today's change

-0.28%

Year to date change (YTD)

-6.9%

Dividend yield

1.95

Last dividend paid

$0.09

Last dividend pay date

9/8/2022

About IGSB

Companies use bonds as a way to raise money for business activities. This fund invests specifically in higher-quality, investment-grade (lower risk) bonds issued by established US companies with strong balance sheets and a history of paying back lenders. When bonds are rated “investment-grade,” it means the risk of default is relatively low. The bonds in this fund are short-term loans. Remember, shorter term bonds are generally less risky (fewer ups and downs) than longer term bonds. However, longer term bonds typically provide relatively higher interest rate payments to you. Investing in long-term, medium-term, and short-term bonds can be a good way to diversify your portfolio.

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Investment name

Big Business Bonds: Short-Term

Top holdings of this ETF

Percentage of ETF

BANK OF AMERICA CORP, 1.73, 07/22/2027

0.22%

META PLATFORMS INC, 3.5, 08/15/2027

0.18%

BOEING CO, 2.2, 02/04/2026

0.18%

CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS OPERATING L, 4.91, 07/23/2025

0.17%

CITIGROUP INC, 3.11, 04/08/2026

0.15%

The historical performance data for individual securities quoted on this website represents past performance reported as an average annual return for a given time horizon. Historical performance over the last 5 years, for example, is simply what the average return per year (compound annual growth rate) was for the investment over the past 5 years.

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How to buy Big Business Bonds: Short-Term ETF on Stash

Stash allows you to purchase smaller, more affordable pieces of investments (called fractional shares) rather than the whole share, which can be significantly more expensive.

Stash offers two subscription plans: Stash Growth and Stash+.

Once your market order of Big Business Bonds: Short-Term stock is complete, you'll officially be a shareholder of Big Business Bonds: Short-Term!

Invest in Big Business Bonds: Short-Term on Stash

Invest in short-term bonds from creditworthy companies in the United States.

To buy fractional shares

of Big Business Bonds: Short-Term stock, you'll need to sign up for Stash and open a personal portfolio.

Disclaimer: Any investment you’ve selected here, which may be available to Stash customers on the Stash platform, is intended to be used for informational purposes only, should not be relied upon as the sole basis for making any investment decision, and is not intended to be a recommendation or advice by Stash that is based on your investment time horizon and/or risk tolerance. This information should not be relied upon by the reader as research or investment advice regarding any issuer or security in particular. Investors who become Stash customers are offered investment advice and recommendations through various digital features such as Diversification Score Analysis based on what they tell us about their time horizon and risk tolerance. Investing Involves Risk.

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