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Fixed income investing will never be the same. Bonds Now! identifies the most recent changes in the bond market. It links the new rules of profiting in the bond market with new survival methods and fresh buy/sell principles. This reliable resource combines them all to show individual investors just like you how to make smart bond investments in the post–credit crisis era. Bonds Now! doesn't waste time on the elementary basics. Instead, the authors—both seasoned pros—jump right in and show you how to build a safe bond portfolio designed to weather these turbulent economic times.
Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, this timely book:
Walks you through the changing fixed income landscape and shows you exactly how to navigate through it
Highlights how to quickly analyze a bond, then use the results to execute your trade
Examines what it takes to build an impregnable fortress around your bond portfolio—one so strong that even incompetent legislators and greedy CEOs can't make it crumble
Reveals how to develop a sixth sense for trouble and rebalance your bond positions while there's still time
And much more
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"With Bonds Now! Marilyn Cohen has written a book giving us step-by-step ways to navigate the new, post–2008 credit-crisis bond market....Bonds Now! gives a dead-on account of how the bond ratings game has changed....Marilyn's book discusses reliable ways to anticipate the effects of management team changes...essential reading for anyone who is serious about making money in the bond market."
"When it comes to the bond market, who knows more and can explain it better, quicker, easier and, in many instances, pithier than can Ms. Cohen? The answer is no one. Marilyn has been involved in the bond markets, municipal, federal, corporate, et al., for the past thirty-plus years. Her book will open up the bond market for the novice and the expert reader alike. I strongly recommend this book for anyone wanting to become acquainted with the bond market, and certainly to those who wish to become better and more intelligent investors."
—Dennis Gartman, editor of The Gartman Letter
"Bonds matter! That's what even the stock-crazy learned after the 2008 meltdown. Surprisingly, bonds can be even more complicated than stocks to understand—but bond guru, Marilyn Cohen, clears the way. This is the essential guide for investors with bonds in their portfolios, or investors starting out in bonds."
—Jane Bryant Quinn, author of Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People
Bonds Now! picks up where the basic texts leave off. If you manage your own bond portfolio and you want to do it better and smarter and achieve more profitable results, then this book is for you. It identifies the most recent changes in the bond market and links the new rules of profiting in the bond market to new survival methods and fresh buy/sell principles. The book combines them all to show investors how to make smart bond investments in the post–credit crisis era.
I usually get free books from my local library. Since I like this book so much, I'm going to buy a copy for myself. I was clueless about bonds until I read this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Miss Kittles
I like this book for it is easy to read and understand. It disciplines me into thinking I just cannot buy bond positions then ignore them. Even though written in 2010, Bonds Now! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Hawkeye
The book was informative but too heady for a layman as myself. I would feel uncomfortable making purchases based solely on the book.Published 17 months ago by Greg Brunner
"Thank You Meredith Whitney"
Ms. Cohen wrote.
"This Town Cryer isn't crying wolf".
Ms. Cohen wrote of Meredith Whitney. Read more
To those who suspect the publisher resorted to dishonest marketing practices, my recommendation is to rent it from your local library before you decide it's no good. Read morePublished on November 15, 2011 by Love the Library
The main focus of the book pointed out the pitfalls of bond investing. The book is dense with good ideas. Read morePublished on February 15, 2011 by Michael L. Loren
If you're buying Munis or thinking about it, get this book. Excellent for beginning and seasoned investors.Published on August 5, 2010 by Spencer L. Cullen
The book was damaged during delivery. The seller did a refund for me and let me return the book.Published on February 6, 2010 by statisticinference