iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF company info

What does iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF do?
iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF (NASDAQ:IBTO) is an exchange-traded fund primarily focused on investing in U.S. Treasury bonds. With a specific maturity date set for December 2033, it aims to provide investors with a return similar to holding a portfolio of U.S. Treasury bonds until maturity. The fund seeks to combine the yield and safety of U.S. Treasuries with the flexibility and liquidity of an ETF, providing a targeted investment opportunity for those looking to match future cash flow needs or manage interest rate exposure with a definitive time horizon. Its main objectives revolve around delivering income, managing risk, and offering an investment alternative that complements a well-diversified portfolio.
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Company Snapshot

Is iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

What sector is iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF?

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Head Office
San Francisco, United States

What year was iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2023
What does iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF specialise in?
/Treasury Securities /Fixed Income /ETF Investment /Maturity Date /Interest Income /Risk Management

What are the products and/or services of iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF?

Overview of iShares iBonds Dec 2033 Term Treasury ETF offerings
Tracks a December 2033 Treasury Bond Index: The ETF invests in a basket of U.S. government bonds that are scheduled to mature in December 2033. This provides exposure to these bonds' interest payments and eventual return of principal at maturity.
Seeks Steady Income: Treasury bonds typically offer regular interest payments, and IBTO aims to deliver similar income to investors by holding these bonds.
Lower Volatility than Stocks: U.S. Treasury bonds are generally considered less volatile than stocks. By investing in these bonds, IBTO aims to offer investors a more stable investment option compared to the broader stock market.
Defined Maturity: Since the ETF holds bonds maturing in December 2033, investors have a clear understanding of when they will receive their principal investment back in full, assuming they hold the ETF until maturity.
Transparency and Tradability: Like a stock, IBTO trades on the Nasdaq stock exchange throughout the day, offering investors easy entry and exit points. Investors can readily track the ETF's price and holdings.
Potential for Capital Appreciation: While the primary focus is on steady income, there's a possibility of capital appreciation if the ETF's price trades above its net asset value (NAV) closer to maturity.