BMO Short Term Corp Bond E.T.F.

ZCS-T

Analysis and Opinions about ZCS-T

Signal
Opinion
Expert
HOLD
HOLD
May 29, 2018

This will improve, because bonds mature at par, then you re-load at higher interest rates. The ETF is down, but don't sell. This will correct and you will benefit from higher interest rates. Be patiebt.

This will improve, because bonds mature at par, then you re-load at higher interest rates. The ETF is down, but don't sell. This will correct and you will benefit from higher interest rates. Be patiebt.

Paul Gardner, CFA
Partner and Portfolio Manager, Avenue Investment Management
Price
$14.000
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
September 25, 2017

We are likely bottoming in the interest rate cycle. He sees interest rates staying much lower for much longer, but thinks they are probably bottoming. If there is a very glacial rise in interest rates as he expects, that is very good for short term interest bonds. This is a good ETF if you want to hold it for that.

We are likely bottoming in the interest rate cycle. He sees interest rates staying much lower for much longer, but thinks they are probably bottoming. If there is a very glacial rise in interest rates as he expects, that is very good for short term interest bonds. This is a good ETF if you want to hold it for that.

Tyler Mordy
President & CIO, Forstrong Global Asset Management
Price
$14.160
Owned
Unknown
COMMENT
COMMENT
January 13, 2017

Short-term corporate bonds, ZCS-T or CBO-T? They both have very similar holdings. This one weights the bonds in the portfolio related to the size they have in the market, whereas CBO weights them with a traditional laddering strategy, each ladder getting an equal weight. It is really hard to say which is better, because all bond ETF’s are ladders of a sort.

Short-term corporate bonds, ZCS-T or CBO-T? They both have very similar holdings. This one weights the bonds in the portfolio related to the size they have in the market, whereas CBO weights them with a traditional laddering strategy, each ladder getting an equal weight. It is really hard to say which is better, because all bond ETF’s are ladders of a sort.

Daniel Straus
Head of ETF Research & Strategy, National Bank Financial
Price
$14.440
Owned
Unknown
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
July 7, 2011
(A Top Pick July 12/10. Up 4.33%.) Short Term Corp Bond ETF. You get the benefit of the risk reduction by keeping it 5 years or less.
(A Top Pick July 12/10. Up 4.33%.) Short Term Corp Bond ETF. You get the benefit of the risk reduction by keeping it 5 years or less.
John DeGoey
Portfolio Manager, Wellington-Altus Private Wealth Inc.
Price
$14.970
Owned
No
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 12, 2010
Short Term Corp Bond ETF. Doesn't think there are risks any more with corporate bonds. This will give you a bit of yield pickup without venturing into preferreds. (Similar to XCB-T, which he owns.)
Short Term Corp Bond ETF. Doesn't think there are risks any more with corporate bonds. This will give you a bit of yield pickup without venturing into preferreds. (Similar to XCB-T, which he owns.)
John DeGoey
Portfolio Manager, Wellington-Altus Private Wealth Inc.
Price
$14.990
Owned
No
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