HYLV - IQ S&P High Yield Low Volatility Bond ETF
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 1, 2021|
|Trading Day||April 19|
|Day's Range||25.04 - 25.09|
|52-Week Range||22.83 - 25.38|
The investment seeks investment results that track (before fees and expenses) the price and yield performance of its underlying index, the S&P U.S. High Yield Low Volatility Corporate Bond Index. The fund uses a Representative Sampling strategy in seeking to track the performance of the underlying index. The underlying index is comprised of U.S. dollar denominated high yield corporate bonds that have been selected in accordance with a rules-based methodology that seeks to identify securities that, in the aggregate, are expected to have lower volatility relative to the broad U.S. dollar denominated high yield corporate bond market.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Feb 15, 2017
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
S&P U.S. High Yield Low Volatility Corporate Bond Index
Top 10 Holdings7.58% of assets
|Carnival Corporation 11.5%||n/a||1.03%|
|TransDigm, Inc. 6.25%||n/a||0.96%|
|Blackrock Treasury Trust Instl 62||CAS.TO||0.88%|
|FirstEnergy Corp. 2.65%||n/a||0.81%|
|Centene Corporation 4.25%||n/a||0.76%|
|Centene Corporation 4.62%||n/a||0.72%|
|Tenet Healthcare Corporation 6.75%||n/a||0.65%|
|Centene Corporation 3.38%||n/a||0.60%|
|FMG Resources (August 2006) Pty Ltd. 4.5%||n/a||0.59%|
|T-Mobile US, Inc. 7.88%||n/a||0.58%|
|Apr 1, 2021||$0.077||Apr 8, 2021|
|Mar 1, 2021||$0.07||Mar 5, 2021|
|Feb 1, 2021||$0.078||Feb 5, 2021|
|Dec 30, 2020||$0.084||Jan 7, 2021|
|Nov 2, 2020||$0.082||Nov 6, 2020|
|Oct 1, 2020||$0.08||Oct 7, 2020|
As liquidity remains vital, the bond market has shown strong performance for certain funds as of late. There are ups and downs, but there’s also enough attention to the kind of focus necessary to work a...
Low-volatility ETF cuts exposure to utilities, adds to health care, technology — what it means for investors
As a major low-volatility-based exchange-traded fund swaps out utilities stocks for health care and consumer staples names, ETF analysts assess the shift's impact.
The concept of smart beta in the fixed income arena is still relatively new, but it rapidly spread, moving beyond aggregate bond funds to investment-grade and even high-yield corporates. An example of s...
Sagging oil prices and widening credit spreads are among the factors weighing on the high-yield corporate debt market this year, but investors can reduce some of the volatility associated with junk bond...
ETF Trends spoke with Dan Petersen, director of product management at IndexIQ, about how IQ S&P High Yield Low Volatility Bond ETF (HYLV) has been coming out ahead of other high yield bonds, as of late.
Something interesting is happening in the high-yield corporate bond market and that scenario could underscore the utility of ETFs such as the IQ S&P High Yield Low Volatility Bond ETF (NYSEARCA: HYLV). ...
The advantages of the low volatility investment factor are not confined to equities. For example, the IQ S&P High Yield Low Volatility Bond ETF (NYSEARCA: HYLV) can reduce some of the gyrations associat...