Fixed Income Investments Blog

Best Bond To Buy Now: JCPenney 5.65% '20
Best Bond To Buy Now: JCPenney 5.65% '20
Sep 28, 2018

This fixed income investment blog post contains a high-yield corporate bond investment recommendation BondSavvy provided to its subscribers on September 10, 2018.  Our founder Steve Shaw later posted the pick on Seeking Alpha, which you can... Read more

Watch Our Active Investing Corporate Bond Webinar with Fidelity Investments
Watch Our Active Investing Corporate Bond Webinar with Fidelity Investments
Jun 20, 2018

On May 17, BondSavvy founder Steve Shaw sat down with Richard Carter of Fidelity Investments for an exclusive webinar: "The case for a more active approach to bond investing".  Fidelity recently posted a... Read more

New Corporate Bond Recommendations Available Now!
New Corporate Bond Recommendations Available Now!
May 31, 2018

You can now view the corporate bond investment recommendations we presented May 31 by clicking here. We reviewed these with BondSavvy subscribers during The Bondcast on May 31 and recently posted the webcast recording online. ... Read more

Learn Our New Corporate Bond Picks Now!
Learn Our New Corporate Bond Picks Now!
Mar 8, 2018

BondSavvy has just released its new set of corporate bond recommendations. Individual investors can see them by clicking here. Financial advisors, family offices, and other corporate bond investors can call our founder Steve... Read more

VIDEO - Corporate Bonds: Achieve Equity Upside Without the Equity Downside
VIDEO - Corporate Bonds: Achieve Equity Upside Without the Equity Downside
Nov 22, 2017

Many investors believe bonds are where you go to 'not screw things up' and earn 2-4% returns.  It's time for a new approach. ... Read more

Why Corporate Bonds Matter: After-Tax Returns That Can Beat Munis
Why Corporate Bonds Matter: After-Tax Returns That Can Beat Munis
Nov 4, 2017

Many people invest in municipal bonds because they believe munis drive higher after-tax returns than corporate bonds.  This blog post shows this is not always the case. ... Read more