term bond funds. This is because floating-rate funds invest in below-investment-grade loans, whereas money market and short-term bond funds invest in high-quality securities. Thus, the returns of floating-rate funds are inherently tied to the considerable credit risk associated with “junk”-rated loans. Floating Rate Bonds and all other type of bonds are ranked based on their aggregate 3-month fund flows for all U.S.-listed ETFs that are classified by ETFdb.com as being mostly exposed to those respective bonds. 3-month fund flows is a metric that can be used to gauge the perceived popularity amongst investors of Floating Rate Bonds relative to This fund from Eaton Vance looks to provide broad exposure to the floating-rate loan market. It invests in senior loans to corporations, institutional partners, and other business entities. The low durations may help reduce interest-rate risk and lower portfolio volatility.