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Learn why you should own your age in fixed income.
Hear about Australia’s very low allocation to bonds amongst selected OECD countries.
Find out what you need to know about the bond market.
Learn about the basics of bonds and why investing in a company’s bond is lower risk than owning its equity or shares.
Discover why returns are not always a linear relationship with the risk you take.
Learn why it is important to understand where a bond sits within a company’s capital structure to determine the potential risk and reward of the investment.
Learn about the three basic types of bonds - fixed rate, floating rate and index linked.
Discover the five basic benefits of owning bonds directly.
Discover what returns you can expect to achieve from a bond portfolio and learn how bonds compare to other low risk investments.
Hear about our sample Conservative Portfolio and High Yield Portfolio and our top bond picks in each of the three basic bond types.
Find out how we put FIIG clients at the centre of everything we do.
Find out how easy it is to open a FIIG Direct Bonds account.
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Presented by Jon Sheridan | 45 minutes
In this video series, learn about the basics of fixed income, how to access the bond market with FIIG and how to build a diversified corporate bond portfolio from $250,000.
1: What should your asset allocation be as you age?
2: Pension fund asset allocation
3: Bond facts you need to know
4: What is a bond and how do they differ from shares
5: The efficient frontier
6: Capital structure
7: Types of bonds
8: Benefits of direct bonds ownership
9: What returns can I expect to receive
10: Sample portfolios top bond picks
11: The FIIG client experience
13: Opening an account
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