MARKET

FTSL

FTSL

First Trust Senior Loan ETF
NASDAQ
46.18
0.00
0.00%
Closed 16:00 04/12 EDT
OPEN
46.54
PREV CLOSE
46.18
HIGH
46.54
LOW
46.15
VOLUME
370.55K
TURNOVER
0
52 WEEK HIGH
46.99
52 WEEK LOW
41.72
TOTAL ASSET
2.23B
YTD YIELD
9.66%
1D
5D
1M
3M
1Y
5Y
SRLN: Better Alternatives Exist In The Leveraged Loan Space
SPDR Blackstone Senior Loan ETF is overweight in single-B leveraged loans and has a low concentration in CCC-rated loans. The fund has poor analytics compared to its peers and has historically underperformed the leveraged loan index. Leveraged loans are an attractive asset class until the Fed starts cutting rates. SRLN is a low-cost, high-yielding, fixed income exchange-traded fund that invests in senior loans.
Seeking Alpha · 5d ago
Weekly Report: what happened at FTSL last week (0401-0405)?
Weekly Report · 6d ago
Weekly Report: what happened at FTSL last week (0325-0329)?
Weekly Report · 04/01 10:36
Weekly Report: what happened at FTSL last week (0318-0322)?
Weekly Report · 03/25 10:38
Weekly Report: what happened at FTSL last week (0311-0315)?
Weekly Report · 03/18 10:37
Weekly Report: what happened at FTSL last week (0304-0308)?
Weekly Report · 03/11 10:35
FTSL: Not A Good Entry Point, But An Attractive Hold (Rating Downgrade)
First Trust Senior Loan Fund ETF is an exchange-traded fund that invests in leveraged loans. The fund has gained over 6.5% since our last rating on the name. Despite rising interest rates, FTSL has delivered robust returns in the past year. We downgrade the rating to 'Hold' on the fund due to record tight credit spreads. Rates will stay higher for longer, but the fund is not an attractive entry point for new investors. It is a solid fund to hold but not a buy.
Seeking Alpha · 03/05 03:28
Weekly Report: what happened at FTSL last week (0226-0301)?
Weekly Report · 03/04 10:37
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Profile
Fund Name
First Trust Senior Loan ETF
Inception Date
2013-05-01
Benchmark
Morningstar LSTA US LL Index TR USD
Advisor Company
First Trust Advisors LP
Custodian
Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Jeffrey Scott, William Housey