Tigermoose wrote:Most theory is.
marbleous wrote:The Worst Investment You Can Make: Buying a Horse
thx1138 wrote:A home that is your residence is not an investment, it is an expense plain and simple.
longinvest wrote:What happens if the bond defaults?
pkcrafter wrote:bs010101, you are right, of course, but some Bogleheads, perhaps the majority, won't chase anything. Furthermore, the opposite of momentum is reversion to the mean.
Call_Me_Op wrote:Duration is the first-derivative of the price versus yield curve.
BackInTheBlack wrote:acegolfer wrote:1. Can a T-bill be called a zero-coupon bond?
1) Since T-bills technically are zeroes . . . .
Langkawi wrote:While T-Bills technically share the characteristics of zero-coupon bonds, I've never heard a knowledgeable person refer to them as such.
Beverage wrote:If you want to learn about options you should read Options As A Strategic Investment. But briefly:
- Options trading is a zero-sum game
packer16 wrote:A useful metric is yield to worse as this is lowest return you will get (assuming the firm does not go BK) and your yield to maturity is highest yield.