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You could consider the iShares Lehman Aggregate Bond Fund (AGG), an exchange traded fund (ETF) managed by Barclays that "seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the total United States investment grade bond market as defined by the Lehman Brothers U.S. Aggregate Index." At 0.20%, the fund expenses are low compared to a traditional mutual fund. You can find more information on ETFs using tools such as the Fidelity Fund Screener (see Related Links).

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Barclays acquired the Lehman index business in November 2008 and rebranded it to their own name. So the Lehman Global Aggregate index is now the Barclays Global Aggregate index. While it is certainly possible that they will adjust their methodology in the future, is is the same index, and the returns prior to the transition are unaffected.

This is the "safe" part of your porftolio, so you want to invest in government or highly rated corporations. (Highly-rated corporates are large, established multi-nationals like General Electric or Citibank, who are not likely to default on their bond payments.) The U.S. is regarded as the safest place to invest. This part of your portfolio might include U.S. government bonds and the debt (bonds) of U.S.-based corporations. How do you pick which bonds to buy? Thankfully, someone already did that research. "The Lehman Brothers Aggregate Index ... represents securities that are U.S. domestic, taxable, and dollar denominated. The Index covers the U.S. investment grade fixed rate bond market, with index components for government and corporate securities, mortgage pass-through securities, and asset-backed securities." Lehman Brothers' bond market indices are widely used as benchmarks and guidelines for investors.

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AGG No. That is a mutual fund traded to follow the index. The ticker is LBUSTRUU:IND Good luck trying t find it however.

The ticker symbol for Barclay's Capital US Aggregate Bond Index is BARC. This index is watched for signs of long-term changes in the economy of the United States and is commonly referred to as the AGG.

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