As part of its ongoing campaign to see investors better...
As a champion of the market RBE has become increasingly...
£3.3bn bond buyback declared legal depriving retail...
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work, how to invest, and what the benefits along with potential risks are with this
particular type of investment.....
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In February 2010, the London Stock Exchange launched its new electronic bond market for retail investors, the Order Book for Retail Bonds (“ORB”)
A Bond is simply an 'IOU' in which an investor agrees to loan money to an individual,
company or government in exchange for a predetermined interest rate. If a business
wants to expand...
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Most people know that in the long-run, nothing beats the stock market. This being
the case, why would anyone invest in bonds? Although they pale in comparison to
equities in the long run...
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Predictability – A bond, because it is a loan, carries an interest rate and as a
contract to the borrower the interest is paid in a fixed sum or index linked sum
on specific dates each year...
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Those wishing to achieve a better rate of return from their money than they could
get from a bank account and seeking to take more control of their financial future...
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Individual savings accounts (ISAs) and self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) are
both tax-efficient wrappers that can be used to save money for retirement...
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In my 20’s I purchased my first property, a 2 bedroom flat. Although the mortgage
was only £65k it was 100% to value (easily obtained back then), This was the...
As part of its ongoing campaign to see investors better educated, RBE’s Mr Bond lifts the lid on some of the markets worst excesses - 'don’t take shareholder risks for bondholder rewards'
As a champion of the market RBE has become increasingly concerned by a number of recent issues and the risks they present to investors.
£3.3bn bond buyback declared legal depriving retail investors of up to 16% interest
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