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How to Build a Laddered Bond Portfolio
by JoeKaras in Personal Finance
A laddered bond portfolio, or laddering, refers to buying bonds that mature at regular intervals, for example, once every six months or a year. When plotted graphically, maturities in a laddered bond portfolio resemble a staircase, or a ladder, with each maturity being an equal step up from the previous one. Laddering helps investors deal with the uncertainty of interest rates, maintain liquidity

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