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Is this the best high-yielding municipal bond etf?

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    HY - as in High Yield ..

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    Not sure if this belongs here or in a separate thread.

    A number of banks and other pundits have suggested that the Fed may have reached the end of the current cycle of interest rate hikes and may even look to cut interest rates next year.

    Assuming this comes to pass, what's the best way to get exposure to long dated (even perpetual) bonds (preferably without paying through the nose in fees and expenses or being stung by non-resident withholding taxes)? The 2.8% yield currently offered on US30 year treasuries, while safe, looks about as exciting as a compliance manual.


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    Quote Originally Posted by traineeinvestor
    Not sure if this belongs here or in a separate thread.

    A number of banks and other pundits have suggested that the Fed may have reached the end of the current cycle of interest rate hikes and may even look to cut interest rates next year.

    Assuming this comes to pass, what's the best way to get exposure to long dated (even perpetual) bonds (preferably without paying through the nose in fees and expenses or being stung by non-resident withholding taxes)? The 2.8% yield currently offered on US30 year treasuries, while safe, looks about as exciting as a compliance manual.
    What makes it "exciting"? Higher yield? Or the prospect of holding something for 30 years when you don't know what will happen 30 weeks from now?
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