• Guaranteed a fixed rate of interest for the life of the bond
  • The hidden dangers behind investing in bond mutual funds
  • When the bond matures, they’re guaranteed their principal back – assuming there have been no defaults
  • How to avoid one of the most devastating financial mistakes a retiree can make

Since many of today’s advisors got into the business during the 1980s and 90s, in what was the best stock market in U.S. history, most have become stock market specialists. Frankly, if they do fixed income, it’s usually an afterthought, and most will simply take the easy way out and invest their clients’ money in bond mutual funds.

What many people don’t realize is that bond mutual funds carry risks, costs, and tax implications that can be reduced, or even eliminated, by investing in a diversified portfolio of individual bonds, or other fixed-income securities.

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