Common bond types include U.S. government bonds, municipal bonds and corporate bonds, according to Investopedia. Different bonds, such as convertible and callable bonds, also offer varying payment schedules and terms. More »

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Some different types of bonds include U.S. Treasury bills, savings bonds and municipal bonds, according to About.com. Other bonds are the junk bonds, high-yield bonds and government bonds. More »

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Corporate bonds include guaranteed bonds, income bonds, zero-coupon bonds, speculative bonds and Eurobonds, explains Investopedia. There are also Yankee bonds, repurchase agreements, federal funds, corporate commercial p... More »

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A call option provides an investor with the right to purchase an asset such as a stock, commodity or bond at a specified time during a specified time period, explains Investopedia, whereas a put option provides an invest... More »

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The United States Treasury has measures in place to replace paper EE bonds if they are lost, stolen, mutilated, destroyed or if the owner never receives the bond, according to TreasuryDirect. However, the bond is deliver... More »

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Some fixed-rate bonds include U.S. Treasury bills and corporate bond funds that offer fixed interest rates, as Advisory HQ describes. The U.S. Treasury Department issues series I and series EE fixed-rate bonds to investo... More »

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Depending upon the type of bond, either electronic or paper, you can redeem or cash in E and EE government savings bonds online, by mail or in person at many financial institutions. You can find more information about go... More »

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