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

Advanced Bond Concepts: Formula Cheat Sheet

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


Advanced Bond Concepts: Conclusion

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