Talk:Individual bonds vs a bond fund
The introduction to the article contains links to subsequent sections of the article. I don't recall seeing this pre-linking style in other wiki articles. Does the importance of the pre-links override the importance of wiki style consistency?
Second observation/question. There doesn't appear to be many internal links to other wiki articles. Are there opportunities here? --Peculiar Investor 13:09, 9 February 2014 (CST)
- This article was the result of some highly contentious disagreements to the point that we created an interim page Redo page. What you see here is the result. The pre-linking style may have evolved from this path.
- There seems to be a sufficient amount of internal links. I don't see what more could be added. --LadyGeek 19:45, 9 February 2014 (CST)
- I'm a newcomer to the article and the discussion. I've found a few spots to add internal links, so I was bold. There are no links to Bond basics which seems like an obvious one. I suspect if one reads the article from a newcomer's perspective, there are others. I found the article very technical and after reading it I'm not sure whether a newcomer would be able to decide on individual bonds or a bond fund. --Peculiar Investor 22:39, 9 February 2014 (CST)
Reader feedback: The last White Paper on Taxa...
The last White Paper on Taxable Bond Investing: Bond Funds or Individual Bonds? is not available. Please recheck that link. Thank you.
I fixed the link, thanks. LadyGeek 18:47, 10 June 2014 (CDT)
Reader feedback: TARGET MATURITY BOND FUNDS V...
TARGET MATURITY BOND FUNDS VS INDIVIDUAL BONDS WITH SAME TARGET DATE
As noted in Methods of achieving declining vs. constant duration:
A target-date bond fund. These are rare funds and tend to have very high expense ratios. We will therefore not consider them further.
Target-date (maturity) bond funds are not appropriate as a comparison. LadyGeek 20:19, 23 July 2017 (EDT)