Managed Funds and ETFs


Both managed bond funds and exchange traded funds are important asset classes for investors seeking to invest in interest rate securities. Investors without the time or inclination to invest directly into bonds can instead choose a managed bond fund or ETF where a fund manager invests on behalf of the fund.

An ETF has the added flexibility of being listed on the ASX so investors can buy units in the fund just as they would ordinary shares. They can even select a specific fund for corporate bonds, government bonds or even cash and bank bills.

YieldReport provides updates on the most recent performance figures on a range of flagship bond funds and ETFs helping readers select the best fund manager for their needs. It is important to remember that YieldReport does not itself recommend or place funds. As such it does not generate any commissions from providing this service ensuring the information provided is unbiased and independent.

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