VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF company info

What does VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF do?
VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF (NASDAQ:USTB) focuses on providing investors with exposure to a portfolio of short-term bonds. By investing primarily in high-quality and, to a lesser extent, medium-quality bonds, the ETF aims to offer a combination of income generation and capital preservation. This strategy is tailored for investors looking for lower risk and relatively stable returns over shorter investment horizons. USTB's operations revolve around meticulously selecting bonds that align with its investment criteria, emphasizing liquidity and credit quality. The ETF's main objective is to deliver a consistent yield while minimizing volatility, making it a suitable option for conservative investors seeking steady income or a safeguard against market fluctuations.
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Is VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF employ?

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Employees
465

What sector is VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF?

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Head Office
San Antonio, United States

What year was VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2017
What does VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF specialise in?
/Fixed-income Investments /Short-term Bonds /Diversified Portfolio /Risk Management /Strategic Asset Allocation /Active Management

What are the products and/or services of VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF?

Overview of VictoryShares USAA Core Short-Term Bond ETF offerings
Invests in U.S. government and corporate bonds: Focuses on debt instruments issued by the U.S. government and U.S. corporations.
Targets short-term maturities: Primarily invests in bonds maturing within 3 years, aiming for lower interest rate risk compared to longer-term bonds.
Passively managed: Tracks a specific index, offering broad exposure to the short-term bond market without active selection of individual bonds.
Seeks income generation: Aims to generate regular income through interest payments from the underlying bonds.
Potential for capital appreciation: Bond prices can fluctuate with market conditions, offering the possibility of share price growth over time.
Carries credit and interest rate risk: While generally considered less risky than stocks, the ETF is still exposed to potential issuer default and interest rate fluctuations.