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The iShares MSCI EAFE ETF was launched in the summer of 2002 to track the investment results of an index comprising those U.S. Treasury bonds with remaining maturities greater than 20 years.
With a low expense ratio and ample liquidity, TLT is considered a high-quality vehicle poised to benefit from falling interest rates. They can't go too much lower. And yet, in some cases, government bonds have gone to negative yields. In Denmark, for example, most government bonds have fallen sub-zero.
As an exchange-traded fund, TLT, even while being a proxy for long-term fixed income, still trades like a stock. It has $18 billion in assets. The weighted average coupon yield of the 50 holdings is 2.8%. The weighted average maturity: 25.8 years.
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