Grow Your Money Wisely
Ask and Check Before
What Every Investor Should Know
When you own a bond you have loaned money to a company or a governmental body that issues the bond to raise capital. In return, the issuer promises to repay the amount borrowed (face amount) plus interest. Bonds may be sold at prices higher or lower than their face ("par") value. Generally, the higher the yield on a bond, the higher the risk of financial loss. More specifically, investing in bonds may involve:
The information provided on this website is not comprehensive, is not offered as legal or investment advice, and is not a substitute for competent legal or financial counsel. The Securities Division provides this information to give you an overview of the topics discussed. You should not rely on the accuracy of this information, but should carefully review all applicable statutes and regulations with the assistance of legal counsel.