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The experts agree that coupon bonds are more volatile than regular bonds and may have a higher spread when buying from a trading desk. They advise against buying coupon bonds in taxable accounts due to the complicated tax reporting process. Instead, they recommend purchasing in registered or non-taxable accounts. Regular bonds are considered more liquid compared to coupon bonds, but overall, both are very similar investments.

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Bonds - Coupon
Coupon bonds vs. regular bonds with a yield?

If you buy a 5-year coupon, which is the stripped piece, you get paid at the end. You buy it at $60 and it matures at $100. More volatile than regular bonds. You'll usually pay the trading desk a higher spread.

Regular bonds are more liquid.

They're very much the same thing. Do NOT buy a coupon bond in a taxable account. Reason: you're supposed to impute the amount of interest you're getting every year and report it on your taxes, which is a painful process. So if you're going to buy a strip or a coupon, only buy it in a registered or non-taxable account.

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Bonds - Coupon(BONDS-T) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

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Bonds - Coupon(BONDS-T) Frequently Asked Questions

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