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A simple approach to bond trading - The introductory guide to bond investments and their portfolio management - cover

A simple approach to bond trading - The introductory guide to bond investments and their portfolio management

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Why invest in bonds? What are the main advantages and disadvantages? How do you generate income with bonds? This book contains the know-how and knowledge needed to answer the most important questions on the subject. For the first time, a comprehensive and accessible guide will help you do so, showing you the basics of how the subject works. Inside the practical manual you will discover all the information you need to really understand what bonds are, what their characteristics are and how they work. From different types of issuers to technical characteristics, from risk assessment to duration-related mechanisms. The reader will learn step by step how to deal with the global bond market without hesitation. Forget the ineffective theoretical manuals from thousands of pages sold at crazy prices on the web and finally enjoy a reading that will give you the know-how you are looking for at an unbeatable price.

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