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FIBR

FIBR

iShares Edge US Fixed Income Bal Rsk ETF
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100.42
-0.27
-0.27%
Closed 16:00 03/04 EST
OPEN
100.77
PREV CLOSE
100.69
HIGH
100.77
LOW
100.38
VOLUME
2.60K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
104.00
52 WEEK LOW
89.46
TOTAL ASSET
121.10M
YTD YIELD
2.47%
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5D
1M
3M
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5Y
iShares U.S. Fixed Income Balanced Risk Factor ETF declares monthly distribution of $0.1815
iShares U.S. Fixed Income Balanced Risk Factor ETF (FIBR) - $0.1815.30-Day SEC Yield of 1.17% as of Feb 25.Payable Mar 05; for shareholders of record Mar 02; ex-div Mar 01.
Seekingalpha · 3d ago
Technically Speaking: It's Coming. A Huge Bond Buying Opportunity
We recently reduced our exposure to bonds, the first time in years, due to the more extreme overbought condition of Treasury bonds following the pandemic's onset.In just the last 15 days, the estimates for 2021 have declined by almost $7 per share despite repeated statements of a recovering economy.In an economy where roughly 70% of Americans have little or no savings, an adjustment higher in payments significantly impacts consumption.
Seekingalpha · 10/28/2020 00:20
The Impact Of Today's Low-Interest Rate Environment On Investors
In response to the global COVID-19 recession, central banks across the world unleashed synchronized monetary stimulus to backstop the economy.With the lack of inflation pressure, and higher tolerance for inflation overshoots, central banks globally are likely to keep interest rates low for a long time.Today’s low-interest rate environment creates some challenges for investors looking for adequate returns through bonds, but great opportunities for borrowers and equity investors.
Seekingalpha · 10/22/2020 10:48
'Blue Wave': The Other Side Of The Trade
Examine the possibility that a "blue wave" is not necessarily "growth-friendly" and how fixed-income investors should plan for such an outcome.A "blue wave" results in a potentially higher tax, an increased regulatory environment and a less "business-friendly" setting, which could ultimately result in slower economic growth.If the UST market does embrace "the other side of the trade," investors should take a more "strategic" approach to fixed-income asset allocation and be mindful of the current and prospective shape of the yield curve (relatively flat now, potentially steeper later).
Seekingalpha · 10/22/2020 09:02
A Historic Capital Rotation Is On Tap
Global economic growth has underwhelmed versus expectations generally since 2011.Lower than expected growth versus expectations has caused investors to chase growth at almost any price, and duration in their bond investments almost at any price.This crowded investment landscape is about to experience a wholesale change, with global growth outperforming expectations led by China and the United States.
Seekingalpha · 10/19/2020 03:48
Market Stumbles As Stimulus Hopes Fade
Over the last few weeks, we have discussed much of what happens to the stock market both pre- and post-presidential elections.With no stimulus currently on the horizon and a resurgence of economic weakness, there is more than a reasonable risk we may see more disappointment in economic data ahead.We currently have more equity exposure than we are comfortable with.However, technically, there is no reason to reduce exposure as trends remain positive sharply, the sentiment remains clearly bullish, and volatility remains suppressed.We are still hedging portfolios by holding slightly higher levels of cash and adjusting the duration of the bond portfolio to mitigate drawdown risk.
Seekingalpha · 10/18/2020 15:54
Weekly Commentary: Moral Hazard Pinnacle
European bond prices have an unmistakable correlation to European COVID infections.The strategy of ensuring the banking system remains well capitalized - while letting market-based finance run wild - may have plausible theoretical underpinnings.The "penalty rate" issue is key to mitigating moral hazard.
Seekingalpha · 10/18/2020 13:25
It's Time For Inflation Hedges: Consider Gold, Mining Stocks And Farmland
Increasing inflation has implications for businesses and workers, but this article will focus on investors.The classic inflation hedges are gold, other commodities, real estate and, some argued, stocks.There are possibilities in all these categories, though investors should not expect any of these to work perfectly.There is no asset that is obviously a slam dunk for an inflation hedge, but gold, mining stocks and farmland should be considered.
Seekingalpha · 10/18/2020 13:22
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Ratings
Date
Period
Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
  • Performance
  • Asset Allocation
  • Dividend History
Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Day
0.0098%
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1-Week
0.4601%
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1-Month
0.1559%
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3-Month
1.8166%
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6-Month
1.2872%
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YTD
2.4741%
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1-Year
4.1254%
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3-Year
3.8394%
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5-Year
4.0222%
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Since Inception
3.5923%
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Profile
Fund Name
iShares Edge US Fixed Income Bal Rsk ETF
Risk
Medium-low risk
Inception Date
2015-02-24
Benchmark
Bloomberg Barclays Intermediate U.S. Credit TR
Advisor Company
iShares
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co
Manager
Mauro/Radell