Inside The Bedokian’s Portfolio is an intermittent series where I will reveal what we have in our investment portfolio, one company/bond/REIT/ETF at a time. In each post I will briefly give an overview of the counter, why I had selected it and what possibly lies ahead in its future. For this issue, we shall talk about the iShares JP Morgan USD Asia Credit Bond Index ETF, or I just refer to it as the iShares Asia Credit Bond ETF. The iShares Asia Credit Bond ETF is listed on the Singapore Exchange with two ticker symbols; N6M (in US dollars) and QL2 (in Singapore dollars). According to the iShares site, the ETF is made up of debt instruments issued by sovereigns, quasi-sovereigns and corporates in Asia, excluding Japan.  Some brief information of the ETF as at 15 Aug 2019: Credit Quality: Almost 77% of the debt instruments are investment grade (rating