The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Investing in Bonds

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Alpha Books, 2007 - Business & Economics - 231 pages
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Investing in a secure financial future.

Every investor must understand the complex bond market¬—and how it¬'s affected by the existing economic environment. This invaluable volume explains all bond basics without the confusing jargon, providing information on Treasury notes, highyield junk bonds, tax-free municipals, U.S. saving bonds and other tax-free varieties, and much more.
¬—The Pocket Idiot¬'s Guide¬™ to Investing in Stocks is selling phenomenally well
¬—Seasoned financial writer and pocket-sized format for quick reference
¬—Explains the bond rating/analysis system
¬—Offers instructions on how to construct a portfolio and advice on whether a financial manager is necessary

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About the author (2007)

Ken Little is the chief financial writer for Strong Capital Management¬'s website ( and business editor of the San Antonio Express news. He has written six books on money management and investing, including Alpha Teach Yourself Investing in 24 Hours, The Pocket Idiot¬'s Guide¬™ to Annuities, and the upcoming books, Personal Finance Desk Reference and Personal Finance at Your Fingertips.

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