With More than one trillion dollars in bonds outstanding, the Canadian fixed income market is enormous. In fact, its daily trading volume is almost five times that of the equity markets. Yet investors and even many financial advisors know little about it. In Your Best Interest demystifies the retail fixed income market, from the basics of a bond to the various products available to a full discussion of the mathematics of bonds and the bond market. It also provides useful tips on selecting the right advisor. In Your Best Interest gives you the tools to meet your income and retirement needs by making the retail fixed income market less expensive, more accessible, and more efficient.
I’ve always been impressed by Hank’s knowledge of the bond market. He explains the inner workings of bonds and investment ideas in a clear and understandable way. I always learn something when he’s on the show.(Mark Bunting)
Nothing to see here folks. This is industry-biased bumpf that's full of inaccuracies about bonds. Don't waste your money.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
not written with clarity, which is essential for this subject. Good information, if you can figure it out.Published 5 months ago by Hairball
The author expects too much background information on the part of the reader. He doesn't stay on track well enough and, worse, uses different terms that mean the same thing. Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2011 by Bitbythebug
This basic guide is a good introduction to the bond market and the reasons why an investor would want to own bonds. Read morePublished on Dec 6 2010 by Ross