1. Introduction
  2. Bond Type Specifics
  3. Yield and Bond Price
  4. Term Structure of Interest Rates
  5. Duration
  6. Convexity
  7. Formula Cheat Sheet
  8. Conclusion

Below is our formula cheat sheet for bond analysis.

Actual/Actual Day Count (Non-leap year)
Actual/Actual Day Count (Leap year)

Bond Price
30/360 Day Count
Accrued Interest (AI)
Adjusted Current Yield
Current Yield
Key Rate Duration
Macaulay Duration
Modified Duration
Yield

Yield to Call
Yield to Put
Zero Coupon Bond Price

Conclusion
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