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Magazine articles on treasuries, munis, corporate bonds, and junk bonds.
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Registered Rep.
March 1, 2003
Susan L. Hirshman
Playing the Dividend Tax Cut The proposed elimination of double taxation on dividends has got many a client and advisor alike wondering: "Should I dump munis and start loading up on dividend-generating stocks?" The prudent financial advisor's response should be, "Not yet." mark for My Articles 1202 similar articles
Registered Rep.
February 1, 2003
Sam Jaffe
Corporate Debt Goes Retail Thanks to a new product called retail notes, brokers can access investment grade corporate debt for their clients in $1,000 increments. All the different pieces that go into retail notes add up to an excellent product for income-desiring individuals. mark for My Articles 699 similar articles
National Real Estate Investor
January 28, 2003
Parke Chapman
Moody's: Domestic CMBS issuance to rise this year According to Moody's, U.S commercial mortgage-backed securities issuance this year will reach $67 billion, up from last year's total of $66 billion. mark for My Articles 206 similar articles
Registered Rep.
January 1, 2003
Stan Luxenberg
Are Bond Funds Still Attractive? Advisors who are kicking the tires of bond funds these days might be entering the market too late. mark for My Articles 1271 similar articles
Registered Rep.
January 1, 2003
Bennett Voyles
The Name Is Bond If your clients are among the many investors taking a serious look at fixed income investing, herewith are a few sites that can introduce your clients to some bond basics, and a few other sites that may be useful to you. mark for My Articles 1161 similar articles
Registered Rep.
October 1, 2002
Eric Uhlfelder
Making the Grade Think you're safe buying an investment grade bond for your client? Guess again. Rating downgrades are coming at a record pace. mark for My Articles 1089 similar articles
Registered Rep.
September 25, 2002
Ross Tucker
Suit Alleges Hidden Fees A suit filed in California last week alleges that major brokerage firms are charging customers unreasonable and undisclosed fees when selling municipal bonds. mark for My Articles 393 similar articles
Andrew Osterland
Commercial Paper Chase If banks have to come clean about their off-balance-sheet leverage, get ready to pay more for money. mark for My Articles 254 similar articles
IDB America
Jul/Aug 2000
Dan Drosdoff
Debt for sale Most people think that going into debt is something to avoid, a necessary evil at best. Not so, say municipal financing experts. Cities can get much needed extra cash for infrastructure and other priorities if they sell their debt on financial markets, as the Brazilian state of Parena is doing... mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
April 2000
New Money Debt Goes (R)etail... Night Light for Investors... Split Personality... Swing Your Partner!... mark for My Articles 260 similar articles
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