On Monday, October 28th, ETFs included in the TrackInsight segment of US 20Y+ Bonds experienced losses of -0,99% on average, despite $70M of inflows on the primary market. Over the course of the year, it’s more than $7,97Bn of new shares that have been created, showing the interest of investors for these types of bonds. This interest has one main explanation: giving the actual economic situation, short term bonds don’t seem as sure as they should be, and also don’t give investors a sufficient return, which leads them to enter into longer term, riskier bonds. As a result, they earn a higher yield to maturity but the default risk is also higher. Year-to-date, the segment of US 20Y+ Bonds is up by +12,79% on average. 11 ETFs are part of this segment, they replicate 3 indices and they gather a total of $21,8Bn of assets under management.