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The How and Why of Fixed Income ETFs

WEBINAR: Listen again and review the presentation slides from our latest ETF webinar, in which Morningstar's ETF analysts delved into the intricacies of investing in fixed income ETFs

Morningstar.co.uk Editors 29 March, 2011 | 11:33AM

Listen again and review the presentation slides from our latest ETF webinar, in which Morningstar's ETF analysts delved into the intricacies of investing in fixed income ETFs. Fixed income ETFs could serve as an inflation hedge or diversification tool in a portfolio, said European ETF analyst Jose Garcia-Zarate, but it is absolutely crucial to understand the index a bond ETF is tracking and what restrictions it may have. Simply replay the webinar by clicking 'Play' below. (If you are not already a BrightTALK member, you will need to register. Registration is free and need only be completed once.)

You can also listen again to our previous webinars by clicking on the relevant title:
-- Investing in Emerging Markets with ETFs
-- A Review of the ETP Market in 2010
-- ETFs and Alternative Investment Strategied
-- Opportunistic ETF Investing
-- Putting ETF Liquidity into Perspective

We hope you are enjoying our series of ETF webinars and look forward to welcoming you to future calls, which will delve more deeply into this asset class. In the meantime, you can review the outcome of our latest ETF survey and see how UK investors assessed the case for buying into an ETF. Should you have any specific questions or particular topics that you would like us to cover, please drop us a line at ETFQueries@morningstar.com. 

 

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