Dimensional Global Credit ETF company info

What does Dimensional Global Credit ETF do?
Dimensional Global Credit ETF (NASDAQ:DGCB) is a specialized exchange-traded fund offering investors exposure to a diversified portfolio of global credit securities. Aimed at generating income while managing risk, the fund strategically invests in a mix of corporate bonds and other credit instruments from issuers around the world. Managed by Dimensional Fund Advisors, a firm known for its research-driven, systematic investment approach, Dimensional Global Credit ETF leverages rigorous financial science to identify securities that meet its investment criteria. The fund's objectives center on providing a high level of current income, with secondary considerations given to capital appreciation. Through its global reach, Dimensional Global Credit ETF seeks to capture the returns of credit markets worldwide, embodying a commitment to offering investors a broad-based, diversified approach to credit investing.
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Austin, United States

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What does Dimensional Global Credit ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Global Exposure /Credit Securities /Risk Management /Portfolio Diversification /Financial Planning

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Overview of Dimensional Global Credit ETF offerings
Global fixed-income investments, focusing on diverse sources of return across world bond markets.
Risk-managed exposure to higher-yielding, investment-grade, and high-quality non-investment-grade bonds for enhanced portfolio yield.
Currency risk management strategies to minimize the impact of currency fluctuations on returns.
Sustainability-focused fixed income strategies, integrating ESG considerations to identify issuers with positive sustainable characteristics.
Short-duration credit strategies aiming to mitigate interest rate risk while seeking income.
Systematic, research-driven approach to fixed income investing, leveraging advanced analytics and comprehensive risk controls.