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VictoryShares USAA Core Intermediate-Term Bond ETF

Why UITB?

  • An income-oriented, core building block of a global diversified portfolio.
  • Same experienced in-house team managing the USAA mutual funds.
  • Average portfolio maturity between 3-10 years can provide greater income potential than short-term bond funds.
  • Actively managed fund offers potential to outperform its benchmark.

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About UITB 

Seeks high current income without undue risk to principal. Under normal market conditions, the portfolio will invest primarily in investment-grade corporate debt and U.S. government securities. 

The fund may invest in government obligations (including U.S., state, and local governments, their agencies and instrumentalities); mortgage- and asset-backed securities; corporate debt securities; repurchase agreements; and other securities believed to have debt-like characteristics. The fund also may allocate up to 25% of its assets to high-yield corporate bonds and up to 20% to mortgage-backed or asset-backed securities not sponsored by the U.S. government or agencies. 

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