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Bond Indexing - Bond Indexing involves designing a portfolio consisting of fixed securities, fixed for income, so that a particular bond index benchmark is followed by the securities. Because bonds are considered a lower risk than stocks, it is wise to have many of these within your portfolio so that your portfolio is diversified with less risky investments. A benchmark is a standard that is used to compare; therefore a good example might be the Nasdaq as it is a good benchmark to the performance of how technology stocks compare. This comparison can then be used to decide which bonds are safe investments with good returns.

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Exchange Traded Note - An exchange traded note is also known as an ETN. This is a type of security debt that combines features of a bond and feature of an exchange traded fund. Exchange traded notes can be traded on the NSE, and other such exchanges, but can be...

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