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All About Bonds, Bond Mutual Funds, and Bond ETFs, 3rd Edition

All About Bonds, Bond Mutual Funds, and Bond ETFs, 3rd Edition

3rd Edition
By Esme Faerber
ISBN10: 0071544275
ISBN13: 9780071544276
Copyright: 2009
09780071544276

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1. What Bond Investments are and the reasons for investing in them

2. Characteristics of Bond Investments

3. Bond yield and Pricing Concepts

4. The Risks of Bonds

5. The Effects of the Economy on the Bond Market

6. The Yield Curves

7. Money Market Securities

8. Treasury Securties

9. Government Agency Securities

10. Mortgage-Backed Securities

11. Corporate Bonds

12. Municpal Bonds

13. Convertible Bonds

14. Zero-Coupon Bonds

15. Foreign and Emerging Market Bonds

16. Managing a Bond Portfolio