How newly-launched fixed-income ETFs rank

Ranked by average daily volume during the first quarter of 2014

Apr 18, 2014 @ 2:51 pm

Name/tickerClassification3-month average daily volumeExpense ratio*
AdvisorShares YieldPro ETF (YPRO)Alternative credit focus114,6101.42%
Market Vectors Short High-Yield Muni Index ET (SHYD)High-yield municipal debt16,2390.35%
iShares 2019 AMT-Free Muni Term ETF (MUAH)Intermediate municipal debt10,4080.30%
AdvisorShares Sage Core Reserves ETF (HOLD)Global income8,3760.35%
Pimco Diversified Income Exchange-Traded Fund (DI)Multisector income4,4880.85%
iShares Treasury Floating Rate Bond ETF (TFLO)Loan participation3,4020.00%
WisdomTree Bloomberg Floating Rate Treasury Fund (USFR)Loan participation3,1900.15%
Pimco Low Duration Exchange-Traded Fund (LDUR)Short investment-grade debt1,6420.55%
SPDR Barclays 0-5 Year TIPS ETF (SIPE)Inflation-protected bond1,3280.15%
EGShares TCW EM Intermediate Term Investment Grade Bond ETF (IEMF)Emerging-markets hard-currency debt5820.65%
EGShares TCW EM Short Term Investment Grade Bond ETF (SEMF)Emerging-markets hard-currency debt880.65%
EGShares TCW EM Long Term Investment Grade Bond ETF (LEMF)Emerging-markets hard-currency debt700.65%
SPDR Barclays International High Yield Bond ETF (IJNK)High-yieldN/A0.40%

As of March 31. Excludes leveraged and inverse funds, and exchange-traded notes. *Most recently reported net prospectus expense ratio. Source: Lipper, a Thomspon Reuters company

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