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TSE:ZAG

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With rising rates, bonds are not ideal. It comes down to risk/return. You might not get a great rate of return, but you preserve capital. If the stock market trades off quickly, the bond market will trade higher. He'd hold his nose and realize that everyone needs a bit of bonds to stabilize their life.
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COMMENT
Yield to maturity is 1.25%. The coupon on the bond is higher and the bond is trading at a premium. The distribution yield is not equal to yield to maturity. He does not think that interest rates will go up for years.
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DON'T BUY
Bonds. It includes a whole lot of corporate bonds. In a risk-off market, government bond yields go down. Investment grade risk spreads are widening today. The protection you get in fixed income is not going to be fantastic. He would go to cash or shorten your duration for bonds.
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TOP PICK
Charges only 8 basis points and has held up very well.
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HOLD
Likes it and has a bunch of it. Cheap. Actively managed. Slightly beaten up, but hold onto it.
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BUY
Different maturity dates. All very solid blue chip stuff. Extremely cheap ETF. He also has some ultra short bonds ETF.
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WATCH
He likes it. Cheap. Mixed of short, medium and long duration bond. He sold a lot of bond ETFs in the last couple of months. he prefers shorter duration for the time being.
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BUY
If you hold too many equities, then put more bonds into your portfolio Bond yield are a little higher lately. He likes some government bonds now since yields will hold. ZAG includes some corporate bonds. A cheap ETF at 9 basis points. This is 71% government bonds.
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COMMENT

He likes, and it charges only five basis points. But it has a long, five-year duration. Don't hold this on its own; also have shorter-term ETFs to deal with interest rate moves.

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BUY

A fund of bond funds. It is really cheap. It is an actively managed ETF. It is a viable place to go. He has never liked preferred shares. But then he changed his mind a year and a half ago. He would take a look at them now in some accounts.

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COMMENT

Fixed income or bond ETF? When he talks about bond ETF’s, he begins with what he thinks of as the core holdings. The core holdings will be the most liquid with the lowest fees and access to the whole market. These are for long-term Hold positions. The asset class he favours is aggregate bonds, a mix of government and corporate. In Canada, there are a good number of them. This Index recently had its fee dropped, and he believes it makes them the lowest cost one in Canada. A long-term aggregate Bond ETF, and will have duration risks, so if there are rate movements in Canada, it could suffer. He thinks Aggregate Bonds are the way to go. Dividend yield of 3.1%.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick June 3/16. Up 1.36%.) When looking for yield in the summer, you want to shy away from the cyclical sector, and go towards these defensive assets. Fixed income products tend to do well. From May through to September/October, bonds tend to do well.

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TOP PICK

You want to lower your beta, and this holds both corporate and government bonds. The yield is about 3%. It broke out recently at about $15.90, and the trend is clearly positive.

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BMO Aggregate Bond Index(ZAG-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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BMO Aggregate Bond Index(ZAG-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is BMO Aggregate Bond Index stock symbol?

BMO Aggregate Bond Index is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol ZAG-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (ZAG-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:ZAG or ZAG-T

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What is BMO Aggregate Bond Index stock price?

On 2021-10-22, BMO Aggregate Bond Index (ZAG-T) stock closed at a price of $15.54.