The mortgage-backed bonds are a type of bonds that are secured by a mortgage or collection of mortgages. These bonds must be rated by recognized rating agencies. Investing in Mortgage-backed bonds ETFs generally offers better returns than investing in U.S. Treasuries but such investments involve some risk. The Mortgage-backed bonds provide smaller profits when the bond prices are rising. Regarding to this, the holder of mortgage-backed bonds receives the highest profits if the current rates are stable. Investing in mortgage-backed securities (MBSs) is recommended mainly to the advanced investors. Usually MBSs are either fully backed or sponsored by the U.S. government
Mortgage-Backed ETFs on average are in the long-term down -1.60% in 2 years.
Short Duration, Mortgage-Backed, Actively Managed ETF is in the long-term up 13% in 6 years.
Treasury Bonds, Government debt, Mortgage-Backed ETF is in the medium-term up 3% in 2 months.
|Symbol||Company Name||Price||Change||Total net assets||Total expense ratio|
|CMBS||iShares Trust||50.68||0.28%||89.56 M||0.25%|
|GNMA||iShares Trust||49.39||-0.04%||34.18 M||0.15%|
|LMBS||First Trust Low Duration Mortg Opps ETF||52.13||0.02%|
|MBB||iShares Barclays MBS Bond Fund||105.66||0.03%||5.49 B||0.27%|
|MBG||SPDR Barclays Capital Mortgage Back ETF||26.24||0.11%||0.32%|
|MBSD||FlexShares Disciplined Dur MBS Idx ETF||24.04||-0.03%|
|VMBS||Vanguard Mortgage Bkd Sects ETF||51.95||-0.02%||408 M||0.12%|