Much looms over the horizon: the U.S. presidential election; a
possible move by the Federal Reserve, economic impacts from the BREXIT, and a significant
increase of new municipal issuance is likely. All these factors have caused
yields to rise and certain valuations to change.
Jim Colby discusses why he believes the two new ETFs, ITMS and ITML may offer tactical opportunities for investors to create more
Jim shares his views, in a recent video, on why he
expects municipal bond performance to continue to overcome negative headlines
for the remainder of 2016.
far in 2016, the municipal bond market has continued to thrive despite headline
drama. Jim Colby explains why munis have expertly navigated this "high
VanEck, we believe investors should expect more from their municipal
investments. Our suite of municipal bond ETFs was built precisely with this in
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