Largest Broad Debt ETFs Companies

Market CapitalizationEfficiencyMarket RiskExp Return
1AGG IShares Core US
56.13 B
 0.04 
 0.39 
 0.02 
2JPST JPMorgan Ultra Short Income
7.45 B
 0.03 
 0.10 
 0.00 
3HTRB Hartford Total Return
478.29 M
 0.09 
 0.41 
 0.04 
4IG Principal Exchange Traded Funds
400.18 M
 0.07 
 0.44 
 0.03 
5SIFI Harbor Scientific Alpha
174.9 M
 0.04 
 0.39 
 0.02 
6DIAL Columbia Diversified Fixed
13.97 M
 0.07 
 0.46 
 0.03 
7TAGG TagLikeMe Corp
4.23 K
 0.05 
 0.43 
 0.02 
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