Newsletter focusing on corporate bonds — usually investment grade or nearly, and relatively short term. Follows same strategy as his previous letter from another publisher, The Bond Trader.
Service that recommends corporate bonds, usually at the low end of investment grade. Not currently publishing as of Fall 2011, succeeded by the similar Oxford Bond Advantage from a different publisher.
“This is the only buy-and-hold strategy that REALLY WORKS. If you’ve lost money in the stock market, and want a safe way to rebuild your portfolio, then these “payment-on-demand” certificates might be exactly what you need.” That’s the promise behind the latest offer from The Bond Trader … which will tell you, even if you […]
“It doesn’t involve Stocks… Government Bonds… Currencies… or even Options.” Steve McDonald wants to sell us a service that will help select safe investments. The ad says that “back testing the strategy to 1920 proved that it was 99.77% risk-free.” Is that kind of return really possible … or, more importantly, is it likely? And what is he talking about?
This one comes in from the folks at Investors Daily Edge, in an ad for a new service of theirs called The Bond Trader, run by a guy named Steve McDonald. So you will not be shocked to hear that this teaser is about investing in debt, not in equity — lending your money to […]