ETF Bond Type: Target Maturity Date Corporate Bond

ETFs, or exchange traded funds, are a type of investment that allows individuals to diversify their portfolio with a single purchase. ETFs are similar to mutual funds in that they are a collection of securities, but ETFs trade on an exchange like a stock. One type of ETF is the target maturity date corporate bond ETF. As the name suggests, these ETFs invest in corporate bonds with a target maturity date. Target maturity date corporate bond ETFs offer investors a convenient way to invest in corporate bonds without having to track the individual bonds in their portfolio. In addition, these ETFs provide exposure to a wide range of corporate credit risks. As a result, target maturity date corporate bond ETFs can be an attractive option for risk-averse investors looking for income-generating investments.

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