The soon-to-hit Market Vectors High-Yield/Treasury ETF (THHY) - by going long high-yield and...


The soon-to-hit Market Vectors High-Yield/Treasury ETF (THHY) - by going long high-yield and short 5-year Treasurys - aims to protect against rising rates. Rising Treasury rates, that is. What happens if the economy worsens, Treasury yields fall, and high-yield rates rise? In golf it's known as the dreaded double-cross.

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  • Okatie Jack
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    A 2% Gross Expense Ratio????Are you kidding?
    22 Feb 2013, 02:35 PM Reply Like
  • Okatie Jack
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    A 2% percent gross expense ratio? Are you kidding?
    22 Feb 2013, 02:35 PM Reply Like
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