BND vs BOND

This is a comparison between BND and BOND. The table below summarizes the key parameters for these two funds across several dimensions: return, expense ratio, net assets, segment and tax-cost ratio.

BND BOND
Segment Fixed Income: U.S. - Broad Market Investment Grade Fixed Income: Global - Broad Market
Net Assets $36.67B $2.17B
Expense Ratio 0.05% 0.61%
Management Style passive (index-based) passive (index-based)
Underlying Index Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Float Adjusted Index --
YTD Return -2.57% -1.77%
1-Year Return -2.15% -1.47%
3-Year Return 0.95% 1.84%
5-Year Return 1.75% 2.45%
10-Year Return 3.81% 0.00%
1-Year Tax Cost Ratio 1.12% 1.38%
BND description

The Fund seeks to generate returns that track the performance of the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Float Adjusted Index, and will maintain a dollar-weighted average maturity consistent with that of the index. The Index measures investment-grade, taxable fixed income securities in the U.S.

BND returns
YTD Return -2.57%
1-Month Return -0.86%
3-Month Return -0.74%
1-Year Return -2.15%
3-Year Return 0.95%
5-Year Return 1.75%
10-Year Return 3.81%
BND expense ratio is 0.05%
BND holdings

Top 10 Holdings (0.38% of Total Assets)

Name Symbol % Assets
US Treasury Note 2.125% N/A 0.38%
BOND description

The Fund seeks maximum total return. The Fund invests at least 65% of its total assets in a diversified portfolio of Fixed Income Instruments of varying maturities.The average portfolio duraton of this Fund normally varies within two year, plus or minus.

BOND returns
YTD Return -1.77%
1-Month Return -0.54%
3-Month Return -0.40%
1-Year Return -1.47%
3-Year Return 1.84%
5-Year Return 2.45%
10-Year Return 0.00%
BOND expense ratio is 0.61%
BOND holdings

Top 10 Holdings (2.12% of Total Assets)

Name Symbol % Assets
US Treasury Note 1.875% N/A 2.12%