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  • Fixed Income Markets

Fixed Income Markets

Individuals who live on set amounts of periodically paid income face the risk that inflation will erode their spending power. Fixed-income investors receive set, regular payments that face the same inflation risk. The most common type of fixed-income security is the bond. Bonds are issued by federal governments, local municipalities, or major corporations.

In recent times, the application of statistics has become in the fixed income market especially in the areas of Derivatives, Mortgage-Backed Securities, etc. Our Statistics tutors being proficient in multiple areas of the fixed income market can provide you the quality and timely solutions in the form of homework help, assignment help, term paper help, and exam preparation help. Our assignment/homework help tutors hold Ph.D. degrees or Masters and are well versed with any referencing style, be it Harvard or APA or any other. Our experts are available 24x7 to help high school/ college/ university students with their assignments.

Following is list of comprehensive topics in which we have expertise offering quality solutions:

  • The analysis of the "destabilizing" effects related to the use of certain derivatives written on fixed income instruments
  • The forces driving the variation in the entire spectrum of interest rates at different maturities;
  • The institutions, organizations and conduct of the fixed income markets
  • The basic techniques to analyze and hedge fixed income products, such as "curve fitting", "bootstrapping", duration, convexity, duration-based hedging and asset-liability management
  • Plain vanilla interest derivatives (swaps, caps, floors, swaptions)
  • Mortgage backed securities and credit risk transfers.
  • The main fixed income products such as government bonds, corporate bonds (convertible, callable, puttable), and their evaluation