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ETFs vs. Mutual Funds... What's a Better investment?

A mutual fund is an open-end fund operated by an investment company that raises money from people and invests it in stocks, bonds, money market instruments or other assets. Each investor in the fund owns shares that represent a part of these...  more »

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Insured Bond

A debt obligation whose interest and principal payments are insured against default by a third party. This type of bond is protected in two ways as it is guaranteed by both the revenues from the issuer and by the insurer. Insured bonds have very low risk, therefore higher credit ratings and lower coupon yields than uninsured bonds. Insured bonds are often municipal bonds.

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