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Dynamics of Fixed Income ETF Trading

Key aspects of the fixed income ETF trading dynamics are highlighted to better assist investors in harnessing the utility of these instruments when implementing investment strategies.

article 3 pages
Fixed Income ETFs: Bringing Pricing Transparency to Investors

Learn more about an important chapter in the ETF story including how the fixed income market operates and the role ETFs play within in it.

article 2 pages
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Active Management in Senior Loan Market

Learn how active management of credit quality, investment quality and liquidity can help lower volatility and manage risk in senior loan portfolios. Watch Lee Shaiman detail his investment process and detail the role of a credit facility in his portfolio.

video 4:22 minutes
After The Dust Settles: Fixed Income in a Rising Rate Environment

Understand why fixed income should remain core to investment portfolios regardless of how far and fast rates may rise.

article 5 pages
An Active Core Strategy for Fixed Income Portfolios

SPDR® DoubleLine® Total Return Tactical ETF (TOTL) is built for today’s sophisticated bond market.

article 3 pages
ETF Investment Solutions - The Case for Active Core Fixed Income Using TOTL

Learn why an active approach to core fixed income could make sense in increasingly complex and challenging markets.

article 3 pages
How the TOTL ETF is Different from the Total Return Mutual Fund

Jeffrey Gundlach discusses how and why the credit component of TOTL covers a broader range of asset classes than traditional credit interest rate sectors —and why he decided to partner with State Street Global Advisors in the ETF space.

video 1:57 minutes
Income and Total Return - Solutions for a Low Yield Environment

Learn how to increase income and total return through a globalized portfolio, a full suite of income generating assets and a focus on more than just current yield.

article 7 pages
Jeffrey Gundlach on... Jeffrey Gundlach

Jeffrey Gundlach describes how he came to specialize in fixed income and how his approach to investing marries art and science.

video 3:52 minutes
Senior Loan Market Update

Was recent volatility a result of a change in senior loan fundamentals or was it the result of other outside factors? Dave Mazza and Lee Shaiman provide their insight on this topic.

video 12:12 minutes
Senior Loan Outlook For 2015

Increased regulation and Fed action might have a big impact on senior loans in 2015. Watch Dave Mazza and Lee Shaiman discuss this topic and more.

video 12:22 minutes
The TOTL Package: A Q&A with Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital

A Q&A with Jeffrey Gundlach, co-founder of DoubleLine Capital, and senior portfolio manager of the SPDR® DoubleLine® Total Return Tactical ETF (TOTL).

article 4 pages
Where Interest Rates Are Headed in 2015 and Beyond

Jeffrey Gundlach’s outlook on interest rates and the yield curve, and how that outlook is addressed with “barbell” positioning in TOTL.

video 2:52 minutes
Why Choose DoubleLine Capital and TOTL for Core Fixed Income Exposure?

An actively managed core fixed income fund may be able to play a critical role in a portfolio by seeking to provide stability, diversification and income.

article 3 pages
Why the SPDR DoubleLine Tactical Total Return ETF?

Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine Capital and Senior Portfolio Manager of the SPDR® DoubleLine® Total Return Tactical ETF (TOTL), explains the fund’s “secret sauce”—its strategy for offering potentially higher returns and lower risk than the overall U.S. bond market.

video 3:34 minutes

Leading Edge (2 items)

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Fixed Income Tool

video 3:37 minutes
Underneath the Hood of Fixed Income ETFs: Primary and Secondary Market Dynamics

Learn more about how fixed income ETFs operate, trade and their potential to act as cost effective and transparent vehicles in a generally opaque bond market.

article 5 pages

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