Bonds for Beginners

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Global Finance School, Dec 29, 2010 - Business & Economics - 58 pages
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Through this course, you will come to understand the terminologies and tools used by investors worldwide. Whether it's the function of the stock exchange, preserving the value of money, or buying and selling bonds, this course will clarify the definitions and concepts involved in this topic. As a course in beginning bonds training and investing, Bonds for beginners is presented in a simple and easy to use format, using illustrations and examples suitable for those with no prior knowledge.
 

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Many people consider bonds to be a highly boring topic but if you are an small time investor or a large institutional investor you will know the importance of bonds in one’s portfolio. If you are aiming at reaching your investment goals and would like to know more about bonds, then this book is a definite bet for you!
David Daniel
 

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If you are a portfolio manager; whether a small time investor or a huge institutional investor, you will know the importance of bonds even thought they are considered boring. If you need some advice on bonds and would wish to meet your investment goals, this book is for you.
Aden Russel

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Contents

Chapter 1 General Background
6
Chapter 2 Government Bonds
24
Chapter 3 Corporate Bonds
33
Chapter 4 Convertible Bonds
38
Chapter 5 Municipal Bonds
41
Chapter 6 MortgagedBacked Securities
45
Chapter 7 The Risks Incurred by Investing in Bonds
47
Chapter 8 Additional Information
49
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Over the years Mr. Simanovsky has written 27 bestselling books, many of them for beginners, many of them for the financial World. With over 25 years of experience in the financial field, Mr. Simanovsky has now succeeded in bringing his knowledge to the general public in a format that is easy to understand and accessible to more people than ever before.

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