BMO 2015 Corporate Bond Maturity

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February 2, 2015

Bond fund that gives the approximate return of a 1 year bond. It is going down because of the coupon payout and you are getting some of your capital back. The total return is positive over the last year.

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Bond fund that gives the approximate return of a 1 year bond. It is going down because of the coupon payout and you are getting some of your capital back. The total return is positive over the last year.

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October 15, 2013

(Top Pick Oct 26/12, Up 1.53%) You are trying to avoid having bonds which were bought at a premium so when they mature you get a loss.

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(Top Pick Oct 26/12, Up 1.53%) You are trying to avoid having bonds which were bought at a premium so when they mature you get a loss.

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August 30, 2013

(A Top Pick September 17/12. Up 1.59%.) Likes this. To avoid the issue of premium priced bonds, as they roll into the next year, they start rolling out of those bonds and going into T-bills.

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(A Top Pick September 17/12. Up 1.59%.) Likes this. To avoid the issue of premium priced bonds, as they roll into the next year, they start rolling out of those bonds and going into T-bills.

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October 26, 2012

BMO 2015 Corporate Bond Target Maturity ETF. Another category of bonds. It is not a ladder. Like a bond there is a fixed maturity date.

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BMO 2015 Corporate Bond Target Maturity ETF. Another category of bonds. It is not a ladder. Like a bond there is a fixed maturity date.

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September 17, 2012

Basically this has a bunch of bonds that are essentially maturing in 2015, which they roll into T-bills. It’s almost like having the actual bond but you have a little bit more diversification.

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Basically this has a bunch of bonds that are essentially maturing in 2015, which they roll into T-bills. It’s almost like having the actual bond but you have a little bit more diversification.

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June 15, 2011
2015 Corporate Bond Maturity ETF. Made to counter the criticism of any fund that most bond funds never mature. Gives the investor more certainty.
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2015 Corporate Bond Maturity ETF. Made to counter the criticism of any fund that most bond funds never mature. Gives the investor more certainty.
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