Amanda Stanhaus

Tag: bond

Asset Allocation Fund

fund in which a manager mixes stockbonds, and cash according to the fund’s objectives.

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

Bond

fixed income security. When a company or government needs money, they exchange a bond for a lender’s $$. The bond is a promise to pay the bondholder back the money loanedwith a bit more (interest payment) in a certain amount of time.

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

Bond Fund

mutual fund that is made up of bonds.

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

Callable Bond

bond that a company is allowed to repurchase before the maturity date. When this happens, the bondholder is usually paid a small fee. Wee!

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

Corporate Bond

loan to a company.

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

 

Coupon Bond

bond. The coupon is the interest amount payable upon presentation of the slip of paper that is attached to the bond. The origin of  “coupon clipper.”

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

 

Credit rating

A measurement of a bond’s likelihood of paying up. Ranges from the best (AAA) to the worst (C) to the bankrupt (D).

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

Default

I just can’t! This hurts whether my boy or bond tell me this.

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

Discount Bond

bond that is bought for less than its face value. It will pay its face value at maturity.

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)

Fund Catagory

mutual fund is categorized by what it invests in whether its bondsstocks, foreign, etc.

(Originally published on Amanda Stanhaus’s financial literacy vocab blog: XO, Bettie Vocab.)