DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF company info

What does DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF do?
DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF (NYSEARCA:DBND) engages in diversified bond investments targeting multiple sectors within the fixed-income universe. Its primary objective is to seek high total investment returns by being opportunistic in the selection of bonds, including government, mortgage-backed, corporate, and emerging market securities. Managed by DoubleLine, the effort revolves around identifying undervalued segments of the bond market to optimize returns for investors. This approach allows the ETF to adapt to changing market conditions, aiming to provide income and capital appreciation over time. The focus remains on leveraging expert analysis and a disciplined investment strategy to navigate the complexities of the bond market efficiently.
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Company Snapshot

Is DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF employ?

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Employees
249

What sector is DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF?

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Head Office
Tampa, United States

What year was DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2022
What does DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF specialise in?
/Fixed Income Investments /Risk Management /Diversified Portfolio /Long Term Growth /Financial Services /Investment Strategy

What are the products and/or services of DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF?

Overview of DoubleLine Opportunistic Bond ETF offerings
Focused on U.S. mortgage-backed securities to provide income and total return.
Investments in a mix of government, corporate, and international fixed-income securities.
Active management approach, adapting portfolio to changing market conditions.
Opportunistic investments in distressed and high yield markets.
Enhanced liquidity strategies for managing cash positions.
Risk management techniques to mitigate interest rate and credit risks.