What is a Bond | Bond Definition | Bond Risk
Bonds are debt securities where the issuer of the bonds agrees to pay the investor interest plus the principal investment upon maturity. Depending on the structure of the bond, the issuer may have a right to call the bond back from the investor at a specified time and price. Bonds often have credit rating feature, which is based upon the issuer’s ability to repay the debt. Bonds are also referred to as fixed income investments. Investors such as retirees use buy bonds for its income producing feature.
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