|Bernanke Dings The High-Yield ETF Appetite|
|Approximate % 05/10|
|Market Vectors Mortgage REIT (MORT)||-1.1%|
|iShares FTSE NAREIT Mortgage REITs (REM)||-1.1%|
|Market Vectors Emerging Market Local Currency (EMLC)||-0.9%|
|SPDR Barclays Long Term Corporate (LWC)||-0.8%|
|iShares Multi-Asset Income (IYLD)||-0.8%|
|iShares Emerging Market Dividend (DVYE)||-0.7%|
|PowerShares Emerging Market Sovereign (PCY)||-0.5%|
|GlobalX Super Dividend (SDIV)||-0.4%|
|PowerShares High Yield Corporate (PHB)||-0.3%|
|Vanguard Total Bond Market (BND)||-0.2%|
|S&P 500 SPDR Trust (SPY)||0.2%|
|PowerShares NASDAQ 100 (QQQ)||0.4%|
Keep in mind, iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ( TLT) is falling and long-term bond yields are climbing again. On its surface, this may benefit "risk-on" stock share acquisition. Nevertheless, the activity is equally capable of causing early-to-the-party equity investors to rethink the impact of rising interest rates. Certainly, the "first-in" folks have a protection plan in place. What about those who came late to the stock market's jamboree?
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