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Data and information from outside (third-party) sources is deemed reliable but accuracy and completeness is not guaranteed.
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Presentation in this blog the details of any position in any security the author/publisher is taking or has taken based on the analyses of time-series charts is to provide an example for entertainment and/or educational purposes only and does not constitute investment advice. There can be many different technical interpretations of the same chart, some of which may lead to contradictory opinions.
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Loss of Capital
High yield bonds in any form (individual bonds, mutual funds, exchange traded funds) are risky assets that can lose significant and substantial value in relatively short periods of time (days to weeks resulting in the permanent loss of capital (money) if purchased and then sold at inappropriate times, including buying before and selling after market corrections and crashes (panic-driven selling).
Roughly, it is the opinion of this blog and its author/publisher based on historic data and information, these losses can be in the range of 2 to 10 percent during market corrections to over 60 percent in a market crash.
Before investing in any security, including high yield bonds, thoroughly read and understand the prospectus, and if appropriate, consult a professional investment adviser that you trust. For more information on investment advisers, please see the SEC links at the end of each blog post (article)or click here.
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Third-Party Data and Outside Links
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