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    11. Bonds are thought to be a nice steady investment, paying a certain amount of interest and then repaying your original investment (usually $1,000) after the bond term is up, usually in 10 to 30 years. If you were buying a bond, which is more important to you, the interest rate or the term length? Explain the positives and negatives of each.

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    It really all depends on one's investment objectives and their current financial situation. If you are worried about your personal cash flow, then you would prefer to have a shorter length bond, so that your cash is ...

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