The second, the Alt-A Non-Agency RMBS Opportunity Fund, would buy Alt-A loans, which are lower or alternative documentation loans made to borrowers whose risk profile falls between prime and subprime.
*In case you’re wondering RMBS stands for Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities.
We know your jaw must be on the floor. It almost seems absurd that investors would want to get into this game. But like the expression says, don’t judge a book by its cover.
Bruce Bond, President & CEO Of Invesco Powershares tells Fast Money that “economic factors have converged to push the prices of many residential backed mortgage securities below their fundamental values.” In other words, they may be cheap – unfairly punished, so to speak.
The whole concept is very new and quite intriguing. Want to hear more? Watch the video above!
> Press Release: Invesco PowerShares Pioneers Non-Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities ETFs
> Trader Talk with Bob Pisani
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