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From downgrades to the Fed’s bond buying, we share what investors should keep in mind for fallen angels through the rest of 2020 and what we believe makes them an attractive opportunity.
Senior ETF Product Manager William Sokol joined the Investing Forward Podcast to discuss how to incorporate green bonds into a portfolio and the VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF (GRNB).
The fallout from recent market volatility included a series of corporate bond downgrades, expanding the fallen angel universe. We believe this helps make it an attractive time to invest in fallen angels.
What Does a Green Rebound Look Like?
Fallen Angel Bonds: A Record Year Ahead?
Linking Financial Health and Dividend Durability
ETF 106: Debunking Fixed Income Myths
Strengthen Your Core with Dividends During Volatility
A Big Month for Fallen Angels, But Not a Worrisome Trend
Green Bonds in the Face of Climate Risk
Red Hot Year for Green Bonds
Tapping into North American Energy Infrastructure for Income
Income Investing Playbook for 2020
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