Dividends4Life: 3 Baby Bonds With Yields Greater Than 5.5%

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3 Baby Bonds With Yields Greater Than 5.5%

Posted by D4L | Sunday, November 26, 2017 | | 0 comments »

You can get massive but safe yields with these exchange-traded bonds. Baby bonds have a face value of $5,000, which makes them more liquid, easier for the retail investor to purchase, and also trade on the stock exchanges. It’s a terrific alternative to more illiquid shares of regular bonds, and so that one doesn’t have to rely on baskets of bonds tied up in ETFs that may actually have more volatility and risk than an individual issue. These bonds also pay attractive rates that are competitive with corporate bonds. Just be advised that the distributions are not taxed as dividends, but as interest. With that in mind, here are three baby bonds to buy...

Our first selection is National General Holdings Corp. 7.625% Subordinated Notes Due 2055 (NASDAQ:NGHCZ). EBay Inc (NASDAQ:EBAY) has a baby bond issue. Specifically, it is eBay Inc. 6% Notes Due 2056 (NASDAQ:EBAYL). Legg Mason Inc. 6.375% Jr. Sub. Notes Due 2056 (NYSE:LMHA) are bonds issued by the famous investment management company.

Source: Investor Place

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