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Horizons High Interest Savings ETF

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$0.0051
0.01%

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Horizons NASDAQ-100 Covered Call ETF

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-1.66%
NAV
$4.8255
$-0.0138
-0.29%

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Horizons ReSolve Adaptive Asset Allocation ETF

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$11.14
$-0.01
-0.09%
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$11.1840
$0.0862
0.78%

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Corporate Class – Alternative

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Does the weak outlook for bonds mean you should avoid balanced ETFs?

Some market strategists have discussed changes to the 60-40 mix to account for a negative outlook for bonds, since interest rates are low and probably close to their bottom in the current down cycle for the economy. If rates edge back up even a modest amount, bond prices will decline.

To counter declining interest rates and low yields, investors could consider the Horizons Balanced TRI ETF Portfolio (HBAL-https://www.horizonsetfs.com/hbal) which offers a 70-30 stock bond mix with potential tax benefits.
 

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