Most people have heard of savings bonds. You may even own some of these low-risk Treasuries yourself, but did you know that there are other types of Treasuriesaor bondsaissued by the United States government, as well? Bonds are among the most common investments in the world today. Buying them isnat diffi cult, but it can be confusing, especially for new investors. Use this guide to learn the important differences between Treasuries, municipal bonds (including general obligation and revenue bonds), and corporate bonds. Together these investments can help you create a diversifi ed fi nancial portfolio.A $100 savings bond is worth $100 from the day you buy it. You must keep it at least twelve months before you redeem it, though. savings bond. Unlike other Treasuries, these investments cannot be traded. Once you own a savings bond, youanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Teen Guide to Buying Bonds|
|Publisher||:||Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc. - 2013-09-01|