High yield bonds have been referred to as “junk bonds,” but that is not the case
Much like pit bulls, high-yield bonds have an undeservedly poor reputation.
In December 2012 AMC Networks (AMCX) (which spun off from Cablevision Systems (CVC)) issued $600M in new corporate junk bonds due in 2022. The bonds have a 4.75% coupon and are continuously callable beginnning December 2017. Currently the bonds standout…
In the recent article, “Are You Really a ‘Long-Term’ Bond Investor?” I mentioned that even in today’s low-interest-rate environment, individual bonds of moderate credit risk can still be found with yields above 5%. Not surprisingly though, in order to realize…
Many investors think that yields can’t go any lower and that interest rates will reverse in 2013. Here’s why they are wrong.
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In response to Tom Brakke of The Research Puzzle Blog
Risks of default among high yield issuers may not be as great as many investors assume.