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 Pricing
  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

Below are some commonly used formulas for bond pricing. Keep in mind: Many of these calculations can be made using online calculators, including those found on Investopedia’s Financial Calculators page. In addition, many formulas can be created in Microsoft Excel (try a Google search for “XYZ formula Excel”). Please refer to the tutorial if you need help defining any of the formula’s variables.

[Note: An asterisk (*) means "multiply."]


Advanced Bond Concepts: Conclusion
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