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What they mean for typical investors
Investing in bonds is different from investing in stocks. Stocks represent ownership in a company. This ownership is not one where you can tell management how to run the company but rather a relationship where you benefit if the stock's price rises, plus you rec...

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What is bond yield?
This may be the most commonly asked, and often the only asked, question posed by those choosing a bond fund. Decisions based solely on yield, however, may be shortsighted at best. Investors need to gain an initial understanding of the various types of yields and their respective...

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