We founded BondSavvy to put the power of corporate bonds into the hands of every investor. We make bond investing simple and profitable and provide subscribers the information they need to make successful corporate bond investments.
We identify corporate bond investments that can appreciate in value and achieve that can outperform bond mutual funds and fixed income ETFs. We present new corporate bond investment recommendations during each edition of The Bondcast , a subscriber-only investment webcast we host at least four times per year. Click above to view our June 5, 2020 edition and purchase our investment newsletter subscription to see all of BondSavvy's fixed income investment recommendations.
For Informational Use Only
This sample edition of The Bondcast is provided for informational purposes only so that you can see the level of investment analysis BondSavvy presents in connection with its corporate bond investment recommendations. Based on this information and other information contained on the BondSavvy website, you can decide whether a BondSavvy subscription makes sense for you. Please click slide 3 for our full disclaimer.
Once BondSavvy recommends a corporate bond, we follow the performance of the bond and the issuing company. We then update subscribers on whether we recommend continuing to hold previously recommended bonds, to buy more, or to sell the bond.
Since these recommendations were made June 5, 2020, some or all of these recommendations could have had their recommendation subsequently changed. It is, therefore, not advised to make an investment decision solely on the content of this edition of The Bondcast, as buy/sell/hold updates are an integral part of the BondSavvy service. These updates are available exclusivity to BondSavvy subscribers.
Important Note Regarding Slides 4 and 5
On slides four and five of the June 5, 2020 edition of The Bondcast, you will see a summary of the industry diversification of our recommendations. Please note that, when we issue new recommendations, they are at the bond, or CUSIP, level. Therefore, when it shows, on slides four and five, we recommended the bonds of a particular issuer, we have not recommended all bonds but typically only one or two of the corporate bonds of that issuer. In addition, we may have sold a portion of the bonds shown on these slides to lock in capital appreciation and to maximize our total return. You can see the bonds we have sold on our corporate bond returns page.
Bonds We Recommended June 5, 2020
BondSavvy recommended the following corporate bond CUSIPs in this June 5, 2020 edition of The Bondcast:
RPM Int'l 4.550% 3/1/29
RPM Int’l 4.250% 1/15/48
Kirby Corp. 4.20% 3/1/28
TransAlta 4.500% 11/15/22
TransAlta 6.50% 3/15/40
|00:42||3||Current Investing Environment|
|04:52||4||Diversification of Our Bond Picks|
|08:56||5||Diversification of Our Bond Picks (Cont'd)|
|10:56||7||Recommended Bonds: Quotes and Financial Metrics|
|18:16||8||Recommended Bonds: Balance Sheet Info and Interest Rate Risk|
|24:06||9||Historical Prices of Recommended Bonds (1 of 2)|
|25:01||10||Historical Prices of Recommended Bonds (2 of 2)|
|25:26||11||RPM Int'l Cover Page|
|26:02||12||RPM Int'l Business Overview|
|28:00||13||RPM Int'l Key Stats|
|29:21||14||RPM Int'l Capital Structure and Allocation|
|33:51||15||Kirby Corp. Cover Page|
|34:00||16||Kirby Corp. Shipping Network|
|37:03||17||Kirby Corp. Business Overview|
|41:15||18||Kirby Corp. Capital Structure and Allocation|
|42:56||19||TransAlta Cover Page|
|43:07||20||TransAlta Business Overview|
|45:38||21||TransAlta Capital Structure and Allocation|
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|59:53||24||Thank You and Conclusion|
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