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Some people consider the bond market as the next best thing to the stock market. With lower risk and high returns, the bond market can be attractive. Yet, the bond market seems to receive less media hype, because it's not as sexy as the stock market. Stocks have high risk and a bigger growth factor. Bonds can provide reliable, consistent returns, which are attractive to those of elder age, as they serve as a secondary source of income when reaching retirement.

I am here to expose the bond market and make it sexier by explaining every single detail and correlating it with today's stock market. I hold a Bachelor's Degree of Business Administration and an Associate's Degree of Management Technology.

©2015 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Exetremely useful! Now time to invest!

I have always been skeptical about investing in the bond market, but this guide helped me make the decision to invest in comforting ways. The bond market can be hard to understand if you don't have the right messenger relaying you the information. Thanks for your advice!