Many individual corporate bonds are trading near all-time high yields. Corporate bond investors can now lock in high income for 5, 10, or 20+ years, something that can’t be done with variable-rate money market funds. There are also now capital appreciation opportunities, which further distinguish corporate bonds from money markets and CDs.
Bondsavvy presents new buy recommendations during The Bondcast, a quarterly subscriber-only investment webinar, where we present the investment analysis that supports each new recommendation. Each edition of The Bondcast includes 4-6 new corporate bond recommendations.Watch Free Sample
You decide which of our recommended bonds to buy and make direct bond investments through your own online brokerage. Investing in bonds online is an efficient and competitive marketplace, where individual investors can invest at bond prices that are competitive with large bond funds.How To Invest Online
To maximize total returns and mitigate risk, we update our company bond recommendations during quarterly subscriber webcasts and our emailed bond investment newsletter. Our buy/sell/hold updates evaluate a corporate bond issuer's financial performance and each bond's value relative to other corporate bonds in the marketplace.When To Sell Bonds
Very few investors own individual corporate bonds in spite of their advantages vs. bond funds. We founded Bondsavvy to solve the key problems investors face so more investors can benefit from owning individual corporate bonds:
|Weak returns of overdiversified, inefficient bond funds and ETFs|
|Biased Moody's and S&P ratings that also ignore price, yield, and interest-rate risk|
|Difficult to select from 9,000 available corporate bond investments|
|Many investors believe corporate bonds are too hard to understand|
|Investment returns that have outperformed the leading corporate bond funds and ETFs|
|Comprehensive investment analysis that picks bonds with high total return potential|
|4-6 new corporate bond picks presented every quarter following earnings releases|
|Educating and empowering investors is central to everything we do|
With blue-chip companies such as Boeing, Disney, and Ford suspending dividends, corporate bond investing has never been more important. Individual corporate bonds provide investors with income they can rely on, opportunities for capital appreciation, and greater principal protection than dividend stocks.
We recommend corporate bonds that have attractive yields relative to their risk and have the opportunity for capital appreciation and strong total returns.See our full investment strategy
We make new corporate bond recommendations after quarterly earnings releases and as opportunities present themselves. This enables us to capitalize on opportunities over the course of time.Learn why our approach beats bond ladders
After making an initial recommendation, we regularly update our analysis based on new company financial reports and the performance of our recommended bonds
We sell previously recommended bonds when little upside remains based on the financial performance of the company and the price of the recommended bond relative to comparable bondsWhen To Sell Bonds
Our sole focus is individual corporate bond investments for individual investors. Founder Steve Shaw has presented to the SEC on the state of retail bond investing. He has also presented his bond investing strategy on Fidelity and E*TRADE webinars and to over 20 nationwide chapters of the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII).Read Steve's Full Bio Here
Bondsavvy makes corporate bond recommendations solely on their merits. We conduct a comprehensive investment analysis where we recommend a small number of individual corporate bonds from the 9,000 available. This is different from many traditional financial advisors who recommend bonds primarily because those same bonds are owned by their firm’s trading desk and the firm earns money on the corporate bond bid-ask spread and a juicy financial advisor commission.Our Bond Research in Detail
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