4 edition of The Yearbook of Fixed Income Investing 1995 found in the catalog.
by Irwin Professional Pub
Written in English
|Contributions||John D. Finnerty (Editor), Martin S. Fridson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||476|
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Investment banks 4. Credit rating agencies 5. Credit and liquidity enhancers Fixed Income Securities Chapter 3 Cash Flow and Valuation of Fixed-Income Securities Cash ﬂow: 1. Maturity 2. Principal 3. Coupon. Example. A 3-year bond with principal of $1, and annual.About the CFA Investment Series xxi PART I Fixed-Income Essentials CHAPTER 1 Fixed-Income Securities: Deﬁ ning Elements 3 Learning Outcomes 3 1.
Introduction 3 2. Overview of a Fixed-Income Security 4 Basic Features of a Bond 5 Yield Measures 10 3. Legal, Regulatory, and Tax Considerations 10 Bond Indenture 10 For many years, a large percentage of financial planners and stockbrokers crafted portfolios for their clients that were composed of 60% equities and 40% bonds or other fixed-income .