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Hello

I'm having trouble deciding between CLF, CBO and XSB. MER on CLF is the lowest of the 3 at .15%. The other two are a .25%

All are short term (less than 5 years)......which to choose?

I'm inclined to go with the CLF due to it having the lowest MER - but is there anything else I should consider?

Thanks for your help.
 

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CBO has the highest yield of the three.

CBO is corporate bonds (higher risk as I understand it) while CLF is government bonds; XSB is a combination.

I invest in CBO and CLF (about 50/50).
 
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