2014 was a pretty good year for U.S. bonds thanks to a host of global concerns which kept U.S. treasury yields low and as a result boosted bond prices with the long dated ones being a prime beneficiary of this trend.
NYSEARCA:MUB, NYSEARCA:LQD, NYSEARCA:CLY
NYSEARCA:HDV, NYSEARCA:DVYE, NYSEARCA:IDV, NYSEARCA:LQD, NYSEARCA:CLY, NYSEARCA:MUB
NYSEARCA:TLT, NYSEARCA:CLY, NYSEARCA:HYG, NYSEARCA:EMB, NYSEARCA:IDU, NYSEARCA:IYZ, NYSEARCA:DVY
NYSEArca:TLT, NYSEArca:TLH, NYSEArca:SHV, NYSEArca:CLY, NYSEArca:GVI, NYSEArca:CSJ, NYSEArca:CIU
NYSE:EEN, NYSE:IGN, NYSE:CLY, NYSE:FLYX, NYSE:FEP, NYSE:DBBR
Investment Objective: The Fund seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the BofA Merrill Lynch 10+ Year US Corporate & Yankees Index (the “Underlying Index”), which includes debt securities issued publicly by U.S. corporations and U.S. dollar-denominated, publicly issued debt