Bonds, or debt obligations, have been around since ancient Mesopotamia. By issuing and selling bonds a company or a government borrows money from an investor with the promise to pay it back with regular interest payments. The price of a bond depends on the likelihood of it being paid back. Bonds are often called fixed-income securities. Thus an investor profits from the regular interest payments of the bond and not from the price fluctuations in the bond’s value.
Bonds trading explained
The easiest way to explain bonds is to think of them as loans. A bond issuer borrows money and promises to return the entire loaned sum when the bond hits its maturity date. As a compensation, the bond issuer pays a fixed interest to the creditor at predetermined intervals. If the company goes bankrupt, you have the right to be the first in line to receive the total amount you loaned.
How to trade
To start trading simply create an account with Double.Trade, deposit funds to the account, sign-in to the app and go for it.
First select the bonds that meet your needs. Do you want to go risk-free by buying bonds issued by the US State or do you want to try your luck with high-yield bonds? In any case, our highly qualified trading assistants will help you select the best types of bonds according to your preferences.
Why trade Bonds?
Double.Trade makes sure you trade under the most advantageous conditions
A wide range of
currencies for trade
Double.Trade gives you access to more than 100 currency pairs. This amount is enough to speculate on the currencies you desire and keep your finger on all market movements 24/5
Forex is the largest and most interesting of all financial markets. It is open 24 hours a day with a daily turnover around 5 trillion dollars. It attracts the most interest from traders.
Free of Charge
Trading on Forex with Double.Trade is free of additional charges. The broker’s profit is determined by a spread – the difference between the buy and the sell price of an asset. It usually ranges from 0% to 0.0012% of the transacted volume.
You Can Start Small
It is advised for beginner traders to start out by trading mini and micro lots. If the standard lot is 100,000 units of base currency, mini is 10,000 units and micro is 1,000 units. This means smaller PIPs and generally more affordable trades.
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