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Internotes are investment grade, unsecured, corporate debt securities, specifically designed for individual investors, and issued by companies such as CIT, GE Capital, and Bank of America. Internotes are another avenue for investors seeking higher yields, and are sold through brokerage firms. Internotes are called “bonds made simple”. Their website www.internotes.com has descriptions of their product offerings, credit ratings and approximate yields, as well as an ingenious bond laddering feature that is available to guest users.

The main features of Internotes are:

  • They provide retail investors a steady stream of income from quality world class companies.
  • Pricing is made easy. Investors pay par value; rates are established on Mondays and are held constant for one week.
  • Their rate structure includes both fixed and inflation protected notes.
  • Bond amounts are available, at par, in $1,000 multiples.
  • Maturities range from 1 to 25 years. They are made for the buy and hold investor and are ideally suited for portfolio laddering and credit diversification.
  • Secondary markets exist, to provide liquidity at prevailing market prices.
  • Callable and non-callable options are available.
  • Estates planning put options are included in the bonds. Upon the death of the bondholder, his estate can sell the bonds back to the issuer at par value.
  • Easy access to SEC reported information.
  • Easy access to bond ratings.

Internotes are an easy way to purchase high quality corporate bonds.


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