Bonds

Investogram.net will teach you all the basics you need to know when considering investing in bonds.  Bonds are one of the most secure types of investment, so they are perfect for people who are new to “the market”.  However, there are many different types of bonds with different advantages and problems.  After reading our introduction to bonds, you will no longer find yourself staring blankly at the wall, hoping no one discovers your ignorance, when the topic comes up.  In fact, you might be able to teach some people a thing or two!

After understanding what bonds are, you will be ready for our primer on the terminology  and concepts associated with bonds.  This is your chance to learn to talk the talk of bonds.

Bonds can be bought from the same places many stocks can, but there are also a lot of bonds which are available in different places.  We will look at how the most popular types of bonds are sold, and teach you how to find the types which are the best fit for your financial goals.

On first glance, the rate of return on bonds can make some people wonder why you would bother with them.  However there are many reasons that bonds are perennially among the most popular types of investment.  Find out why in Why Invest in Bonds?

After you buy bonds, you will want to track how they are performing.  One of the most common ways to get performance data is from a bond table.  However, much of the terminology in a bond table is specific to bonds, so you might not understand the finer points of reading bond tables with just a basic background.  But have no fear! After having read our tutorial on reading bond tables, you will be able to select the best performing bonds, and impress all of the day traders at the ninth hole.

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