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Bonds & Fixed Income Securities

  • Bonds and fixed income securities can provide a predictable income stream
  • Most pay interest semiannually
  • When working with the team of Financial Advisors at Genesis Wealth Advisors, you gain access to a wide variety of bonds and fixed income securities

 

Bonds are type of debt security . In general, the issuer promises to pay a specified rate of interest during the life of the bond and to repay the face value of the bond (the principal) when it matures.

 

Bonds and fixed income securities typically pay interest semiannually. Interest payments can provide investors a predictable income stream. Many people invest in bonds for the expected interest payments and to preserve their capital investment. (Interest payments and return of principal are subject to the credit worthiness of the issuer and are not otherwise guaranteed).


By Working with the Team of Financial Advisors at Genesis Wealth Advisors, you have Access to a Wide Variety of Bonds and Fixed Income Securities Including:

  • Corporate bonds
  • Municipal bonds
  • U.S. Treasury bills, notes, bonds and zeros
  • U.S. Agency bonds
  • Mortgage-backed securities
  • Asset-backed securities (ABS)
  • FDIC-insured brokered certificates of deposit (CDs)

 

Fixed income investments come in various types and risk levels, and as with equities, a diversified portfolio can help provide less volatile returns while helping minimize downside risk. Whether you are new to bonds or a seasoned investor, our team of Financial Advisors at Genesis Wealth Advisors can help determine the amount and type of fixed income exposure that is appropriate for your needs.

 

 

To learn more about Fixed Income and other financial services, contact Genesis Wealth Advisors to schedule an appointment today.

 

The bond market is volatile and carries interest rate, inflation, liquidity and call risks. As interest rates rise, bond prices usually fall, and vice versa. Change in credit quality of the issuer may lead to default or lower security prices. Any bond sold or redeemed prior to maturity may be subject to loss.