Bonds: The Unbeaten Path to Secure Investment Growth

September 14, 2019 - Comment

Updated edition of the established classic on investing in bonds In Bonds: The Unbeaten Path to Secure Investment Growth, Second Edition, the fully revised and updated edition of the classic guide to demystifying the bonds market, veteran investor husband and wife team Hildy and Stan Richelson expose the myth of stocks’ superior investment returns and

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Updated edition of the established classic on investing in bonds

In Bonds: The Unbeaten Path to Secure Investment Growth, Second Edition, the fully revised and updated edition of the classic guide to demystifying the bonds market, veteran investor husband and wife team Hildy and Stan Richelson expose the myth of stocks’ superior investment returns and propose an all-bond portfolio as a sure-footed strategy that will ensure positive returns. Designed to educate novice and sophisticated investors alike, as well as to serve as a tool for financial advisers, the book explains why and when bonds can be the right choice. Case studies, detailed bond strategies, and a financial planning overview bring home the value of bonds in achieving financial goals.

Presenting a broad spectrum of bond-investment options, and describing how to purchase bonds at the best prices, the book shows how to make real money by investing in bonds. The strategies presented here are designed to help the reader determine how to use bonds to take control of their own financial destiny.

New edition includes information on corporate bonds, emerging market bonds, municipal bonds, the new global ratings, and how to protect against municipal defaults Looks at how bond portfolios protected against market volatility in the 2007-2008 crash and how they can do the same in the future Includes information on how the bond market has changed The wealthiest investors and financial advisers use the bond strategies outlined in this book to maximize the return on their portfolios while providing security of principal

With more bond options available than ever before, Bonds continues to be a must-have for anyone looking to understand the investment opportunities available to them.

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Anonymous says:

Best book to learn about the bond market If you’re looking for a book that is more than the simple this is what a coupon is and bonds are debt instruments and other basic information you can get from investopedia, this is the book for you. This book perfectly fills the gap between very basic bonds 101 and the full on textbooks that are writen by Frank Fabozzi. I don’t know of any other book that fits so well in that gap, and I’ve looked. It’s completely approachable if you have no bond knowledge, but it goes deep enough into…

Anonymous says:

Useful but an all bond portfolio is not supported in the book This is a great book to learn about the different types of bonds and to perhaps open peoples eyes that only want to invest in Real Estate or Equities. Yet, I didn’t make it very far to see just how many flaws it contains:1)Within the first two chapters there is a constant referral to the year 2009. This year is conveniently picked because it comes after the Great Recession and hence when stocks were down bad. Of course stocks are going to look bad if you use that year. Let me…

Anonymous says:

Very good bond book, although too bond evangelical This is the best book on bonds I’ve found so far. The authors clearly are deep believers in the power of predictable payments from bonds. If you want the most bullet proof portfolio possible to avoid losses of any kind, then this book will show you how to build it.Although I’m not sold on the need to make an all bond portfolio, that doesn’t mean I can’t use the techniques in here to build the bond portion of my account. It seems to gloss over the price of inflation in their case…

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