Bond Calculator

Bonds offer a safer form of income than stocks. It is a debt obligation given by companies and governments available to investors. Bond prices are usually in denominations of one thousand dollars. The yield to maturity is the current yield of the stock based on its price. The initial rate is the coupon rate and that yield is available to initial investors. Subsequent investors receive the yield to maturity which is based on the coupon rate divided by the current market price of the bond. This calculator determines the yearly yield on a bond based on the price and it also determines the total income derived from owning the bond for several years.

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