Fixed Income, Bonds & CDs
Manage Your Fixed Income Portfolio
Build Your Fixed Income Portfolio
Create a consistent stream of income by purchasing bonds with staggered maturities.
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Find and easily compare fixed income mutual funds for any investment need.
Tools to be a More Informed Investor
Preferred securities share characteristics of both stocks and bonds. Fidelity provides an array of criteria to help you ﬁlter these securities' unique attributes.
Some companies pay out a dividend, or a portion of their proﬁts, to stockholders. Dividends are not ﬁxed and yields can vary because of increases or decreases in the share price.
Income Planning and Investment Strategy
Analyze your investment strategy, review asset allocation decisions, and create an income strategy.
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How do new issue CD orders work?
New Treasury BondsUS Treasury Bonds
Tentative Auction Schedule
Municipal Borrowers GuideCalifornia (PDF)
CT & Mass (PDF)
New York (PDF)
Separately Managed AccountsProfessional management for your bonds
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ETFsFidelity Bond ETFs
VideosConducting Fixed Income Analysis on Fidelity.com (2:29)
Using the bond ladder tool (7:26)
- CD ladders: Discovering certificate of deposit strategies (4:10)
ToolsUnderstanding MSRB & TRACE data
Trading Bonds FAQs
Review your Cash Flow by position (PDF)
StrategiesBond investment strategies
Investing for income in retirement
A bond ladder, depending on the types and amount of securities within it, may not ensure adequate diversification of your investment portfolio. While diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against loss, a lack of diversification may result in heightened volatility of your portfolio value. You must perform your own evaluation as to whether a bond ladder and the securities held within it are consistent with your investment objectives, risk tolerance, and financial circumstances. To learn more about diversification and its effects on your portfolio, contact a representative.
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