Bond Valuation (6 posts found)


Distressed Investing: A Long-Term Game for High Returns

Distressed Investing: A Long-Term Game for High Returns

Distressed Investing: A Long-Term Game for High Returns

Distressed investing involves buying securities of issuers in or approaching bankruptcy. Investors must assess a company's value upon exiting bankruptcy.
Summary: What Happens To Bonds When Interest Rates Rise?

Summary: What Happens To Bonds When Interest Rates Rise?

Summary: What Happens To Bonds When Interest Rates Rise?

The impact of rising rates on bonds can be confusing to many. Bond prices have an inverse relationship to interest rates, which means that when interest rates rise and bond yields go up, bond prices fall.
What is Convexity?

What is Convexity?

What is Convexity?

Convexity an important tool used to show how changes of yield effect duration of a bond.
What Is Duration? Macaulay Duration, Modified Duration and Convexity

What Is Duration? Macaulay Duration, Modified Duration and Convexity

What Is Duration? Macaulay Duration, Modified Duration and Convexity

The definition of duration and its two main types, Macaulay duration and Modified Duration
Yield Curve Strategies: Evaluating Bond Yield

Yield Curve Strategies: Evaluating Bond Yield

Yield Curve Strategies: Evaluating Bond Yield

This article outlines yield curve strategies, which are used in the evaluation of interest rates.
Bond Valuation: Calculating Bond Value

Bond Valuation: Calculating Bond Value

Bond Valuation: Calculating Bond Value

This article focuses on the bond valuation and the different factors that go into considering their value.

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