Whenever I buy an individual bond, I do so with the intent to hold that bond to maturity. Sometimes, however, for various reasons, I decide to sell a bond prior to maturity. Here’s one reason why.
There was once a time when creating a diversified portfolio of individual bonds was an impossible endeavor for many retail investors.
Currently yielding 6.70% and 6.93%.
Here’s what you need to know about this unique opportunity.
Best Buy will likely be around seven years from now, but that there is far too much uncertainty to own a buy-and-hold position in the stock.
It may make sense to forgo a dividend-growth opportunity in favor of a higher-yielding fixed-income security.
Yellen’s focus on the human impact of economics is a true shift.
An example of bucking the usual Wall Street chorus of don’t-touch-a-long-term-bond-with-a-100-foot-pole.
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