Passive bond

Passive bond

A bond without any interest yield.
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Passive Bond

A bond with no yield.
Farlex Financial Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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[Hypothesis.sub.4]: The average monthly risk-adjusted return per quarter for a passive bond capitalization fund is different from that of an active bond capitalization fund.
However, small cap active risk-adjusted returns were not significantly correlated with the both active and passive bond funds.
In a passive bond portfolio, various bonds are purchased and held to maturity, then rolled over.
For the passive bond investor, meaning the investor who buys bonds and holds them to maturity, falling interest rates create only one real problem: reinvestment risk.
most passive bond ETFs are linked to the Barclays U.S.
"Passive bonds are not beating the market," the fixed-income specialist added.
While not speaking to the performance of equity funds, he added, "Passive bonds are not beating the market."
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