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A Smaller Fund that Focuses on the US Floating-Rate Bond Market

The other 20% is invested in non-investment-grade securities. Overall, VRIG’s portfolio has the indications of being a low-risk portfolio since the majority of its assets are in AAA, AA or A backed securities. Plus, there are no assets invested in what have been popularly called “junk bonds.”

As a result, some of the fund’s holdings are in U.S. government bonds, Structured Agency Credit Risk Debt Notes, Invitation Homes, Freddie Mac MACS, Athene Global Funding, Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation and PHEAA Student Loan Trust Series. However, the investment in student loans could be a source of potential trouble to come.

With the comparatively recent news that student loan debt has surpassed credit card debt for the first time and the Democratic Party has pledged to abolish all student loan debt if it regains power in the 2018 mid-term elections, such debt obligations are increasing in risk for investors.

Furthermore, while VRIG does invest in other countries around the world, it disproportionately invests in the United States at 89.74%. The fund invests much less in countries such as Japan, with 2.29% of the portfolio, the United Kingdom, 2.11%, and Switzerland, 1.86%, meaning VRIG is geared towards investors seeking exposure to U.S. debt securities.

'Rehypothecation': More about the Wall Street Practice that Could Ruin Bitcoin

Has an account with the Depository Trust Company (DTC), a subsidiary of the DTCC. This difference is crucial because it means that the “security entitlement” owned by the investor is from the broker, not the DTC. This has some serious implications in the event of broker insolvency because action against an intermediary may be taken only in a very, very rare set of circumstances.

You might be thinking, “That’s easy if a broker goes bankrupt just take the shares and redistribute them to customers.” Well, it’s not quite that simple. The DTC holds shares in “fungible bulk,”  the implication being that (as we’ve established) an individual share held with the DTC is not going to be associated with an individual shareholder. As a result of the complexity of the system we’ve spent nearly 4,000 words exploring thus far, the SEC says “imbalances can occur.” The obvious issue that arises is two-fold:

When “imbalances”

If Obama really wants to get Iran, why not send Morgan Stanley over to show them how to make money?

They could do the same thing to Iran that they did to Iceland.
Tell them that they will trade them the revenue stream from Mortgage Backed Securities which are rated AAA by Moody and the S&P in exchange for their oil revenue.

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