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April 02, 2012 at 07:00 AM EDT
Guggeenheim Debuts Three More BulletShares Bond ETFs
Guggenheim, a pioneer in the area of target date fixed income products, has responded to strong interest in its BulletShares product lineup with the launch of three more products targeting investment grade corporate debt maturing in a specific year. The recent addition, which took effect last week, extends the existing product lineup by three years, potentially appealing to investors looking to plan for liabilities six to eight years down the road. The new ETFs are: BulletShares 2018 Corporate Bond ETF (BSCI) BulletShares 2019 Corporate Bond ETF (BSCJ) BulletShares 2020 Corporate Bond ETF (BSCK) Each of the new ETFs will hold a portfolio of corporate bonds that is scheduled to reach maturity in the indicated year. As that date approaches, the portfolio will transition to cash as the bonds mature. Instead of reinvesting the proceeds, the BulletShares ETFs will make a distribution to shareholders and then essentially shut down. Behind BulletShares [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Bond ETFs For Every Objective BulletShares High Yield Indexes Debut State Street Adds Short Term Junk Bond ETF 2011: A Year Of ETF Firsts Getting The Most Out Of Your Bond ETFs
Guggenheim, a pioneer in the area of target date fixed income products, has responded to strong interest in its BulletShares product lineup with the launch of three more products targeting investment grade corporate debt maturing in a specific year. The recent addition, which took effect last week, extends the existing product lineup by three years, potentially appealing to investors looking to plan for liabilities six to eight years down the road. The new ETFs are: BulletShares 2018 Corporate Bond ETF (BSCI) BulletShares 2019 Corporate Bond ETF (BSCJ) BulletShares 2020 Corporate Bond ETF (BSCK) Each of the new ETFs will hold a portfolio of corporate bonds that is scheduled to reach maturity in the indicated year. As that date approaches, the portfolio will transition to cash as the bonds mature. Instead of reinvesting the proceeds, the BulletShares ETFs will make a distribution to shareholders and then essentially shut down. Behind BulletShares [...]

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