- Implied Volatility 0.31% ( +0.31%)
- Historical Volatility 1.20%
- IV Percentile 27%
- IV Rank 1.52%
- IV High 18.45% on 02/21/23
- IV Low 0.03% on 01/11/23
- Put/Call Vol Ratio 999.99
- Today's Volume 1
- Volume Avg (30-Day) 3
- Put/Call OI Ratio 0.03
- Today's Open Interest 730
- Open Int (30-Day) 730
Price PerformanceSee More
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+0.06 (+0.05%)since 10/27/23
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+0.12 (+0.11%)since 08/29/23
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+0.49 (+0.45%)since 11/28/22
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Warren Buffett, the legendary investor, has preferred cash over stocks right now. Investors seeking to follow the legendary investor should invest in cash-like ETFs.
The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate by 25 bps.
Short-term U.S. bond ETF hit a 52-week high lately. Can it soar higher?
The current stock market turmoil triggered by banking woes and huge uncertainty over the Fed's rate hike path has made investors jittery, raising demand for cash-like ETFs.
This ultra short-term bond ETF hits a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store for this ETF?
As Fed rate hike worries grew in February, short-term U.S. treasury bond ETFs amassed huge assets as these bonds have lower interest rate and default risks.
Short-dated U.S. bond ETFs gained investors' love last week as Treasury yields continued their climb for the fourth consecutive week on more interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve.
Wall Street witnessed a mixed Q4 due to moderation in inflationary pressures, an expected slowdown in the pace of Fed rate hikes and ongoing geopolitical tensions in Russia and Ukraine.
Bond investors might experience heavy losses, given that bond prices and yields have an inverse relationship. This situation can be avoided by investing in the ultra-short duration bonds ETF.
As the Fed gave cues of slowing down its rate hike pace, high-growth ETF drew investors' attention in November.