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Investment in government-backed securities is especially popular for organizations with modest amounts to invest and with a relatively short investment time horizon, said Busby.
Capin pointed out that the 1990s, however, had forced non-profits to look into other investments to reach reasonable returns, although a lot of nonprofits pulled away from the market as they are traditionally conservative and used government-backed securities and treasury obligations.
It is quite possible that yields on government-backed securities, and consequently the Vanguard Admiral Treasury Money Market and Vanguard Federal Money Market Funds, will remain quite low for the foreseeable future.
The complaint alleges that these brokers led their customers to believe that the CMOs were safe, government-backed securities.
government-backed securities (71%) and in highly rated municipal bonds (23%).
Our GNMA Fund appeals to investors who desire the security of a fund solely invested in government-backed securities, but who seek higher yields than Treasury securities," Ballantine points out.
Specifically, the companies took advantage of the purchasers of the notes by, among other things, misrepresenting that the proceeds of the notes would be invested in government-backed securities, and fraudulently inducing the purchasers of the said "promissory notes" to surrender their rights in the notes, without disclosing the fact that the proceeds of these securities either had been, or would be, diverted to the private uses of the Defendants themselves, in direct violation of the written terms and conditions of the notes.
government-backed securities that do not have a maturity that exceeds the maturity of the notes.

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