4 Best Corporate Bonds To Buy 2024
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4M ago
Our Best Corporate Bonds To Buy 2024 Preview Bondsavvy's new corporate bond recommendations included bonds issued by companies in the medical devices, homebuilding, energy, and agriculture industries. Three of the recommendations had double-B bond ratings ("high yield") and one had a triple-B bond rating ("investment grade"). Three bonds had 2027 or 2028 maturity dates, and one had a 2034 maturity date. Can I Still Buy the Recommended Bonds Near the Pick Date Price? As of January 24, 2024, the answer is 'yes.' Our goal is for Bondsavvy subscribers to be able to purchase our recommended bonds a ..read more
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Watch Investment Webinar with 60+ Bond Pick Updates
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6M ago
Bondsavvy will update its 60+ corporate bond recommendations Thursday, November 16 @ 5:00pm EST during The Super Bondcast, an exclusive 60-minute investment webinar where Bondsavvy subscribers can ask questions.  Below are answers to FAQs for this investment webinar: What Do You Cover During The Super Bondcast Investment Webinar? We present our bond recommendation updates each quarter during The Super Bondcast.  These updates include four sections, which we discuss below.  We also include sample slides from The Super Bondcast investment webinar we include in each of the fou ..read more
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11 Best Corporate Bonds To Buy 2023
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7M ago
Our Best Corporate Bonds To Buy 2023 Preview Bondsavvy presents new corporate bond recommendations during The Bondcast, a quarterly webcast available exclusively to Bondsavvy subscribers.  We then, during The Super Bondcast, update all of our corporate bond recommendations following quarterly earnings releases.  Our next edition of The Super Bondcast will be November 16. Figure 1 provides a summary of the corporate bonds we have recommended in 2023 that remain 'buys.'  We recommended the sale of one 2023 recommendation on July 13, 2023.  This bond was Mercer International 5 ..read more
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New Fed Dot Plot Projects 2.7-Point Rate Cut by 2026
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8M ago
The September 2023 Fed Dot Plot The 19 FOMC participants include seven members of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the presidents of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks. In the Fed dot plot, each dot represents a participant's "judgment of the midpoint for the federal funds rate." Note that, at each FOMC meeting, only 12 of the 19 participants have a vote on setting the fed funds target rate. What Does the September 2023 Dot Plot Say? With the Fed leaving rates unchanged on September 20, 2023, the current target range for the fed funds rate is 5.25%-5.50%. As shown in Figure 1, 12 FOMC part ..read more
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How To Build a Bond Portfolio: Ten Dos and Don'ts
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1y ago
We founded BondSavvy in 2017 to make bond investing easy and more profitable for individual investors.  While we have narrowed down the corporate bond universe from 9,000 available bonds to a list of 52 recommended corporate bonds for BondSavvy subscribers, we receive questions as to how subscribers should allocate investments across our recommendations. Since BondSavvy does not provide individualized advice, we cannot tell each subscriber how to allocate our bond recommendations across an entire investment portfolio.  That said, we can provide considerations and our ten "How To Buil ..read more
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Best Bonds - Our Latest Bond Recommendations
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1y ago
BondSavvy founder Steve Shaw, the leading expert on recommending individual corporate bonds to individual investors, presented five new corporate bond recommendations to BondSavvy subscribers on September 9, 2021.  As of November 10, 2021, these recommended bonds were available at prices either slightly lower than, or very close to, our September 9 recommended price.   This fixed income blog post includes the following: 1. Preview of our five new corporate bond recommendations, including price, YTM, leverage ratio, and issuer industry 2. Charts showing how, in spite of a ..read more
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Corporate Bond Investment Returns Through September 30, 2017
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1y ago
BondSavvy founder Steve Shaw's investment-grade corporate bonds are up 11.14% through September 30, 2017 compared to 3.15% for the world's largest bond ETF.  Learn how he did it by reading this fixed income blog post.  Please note that these investment returns are for bonds Steve owned prior to BondSavvy making its first set of corporate bond investment recommendations on September 26, 2017.  View our corporate bond returns page to see the returns our recommendations have achieved.   Investment-Grade Corporates Up 11.14% The corporate bonds Steve owns have achieved s ..read more
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Top Corporate Bonds
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1y ago
You can now view the corporate bond investment recommendations we presented May 31, 2018 by purchasing our investment newsletter subscription. We reviewed these with BondSavvy subscribers during The Bondcast on May 31, 2018 and recently posted the webcast recording online. Subscribers can see our new picks as well as all 16 current investment recommendations. Note that, two months after presenting these corporate bond recommendations to BondSavvy subscribers, we also released the bond picks on the BondSavvy site, which is why we show the names and CUSIPs of the recommended bonds in Figure 1 b ..read more
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When Financial Advisor Fees Exceed Investor Returns
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1y ago
The goal of financial advisors and investment newsletters should be to empower customers to increase their investment returns after all fees paid by investors.  A key component of this is ensuring financial advisor costs and newsletter subscriptions are small relative to the investment returns being generated by these service providers' investment recommendations.  This is Job #1 at BondSavvy, where, for subscribers buying 5 bonds of each BondSavvy recommendation made from our first set of recommendations through our last on May 31, 2019, subscribers achieved $35 in investment return ..read more
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Best Corporate Bonds 2020
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1y ago
The COVID-19 pandemic created a Blue Light Special in the the US corporate bond market, as many corporate bonds recently hit all-time lows.  With this as the backdrop, on March 26, 2020, BondSavvy presented six new corporate bond investment recommendations to subscribers during The Bondcast. We preview the details of these six corporate bonds later in this blog post.   The well-known 'buy low, sell high' investing rule applies to corporate bonds, and we are seeing buying opportunities not seen in years.  Due to recent record bond fund outflows, there has been forced sellin ..read more
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