yield to maturity

Definition of "yield to maturity"
  1. The return rate received by an investor if a fixed income investment is maintained until its maturity date
How to use "yield to maturity" in a sentence
  1. Her investment portfolio demonstrates a high yield to maturity, indicating good strategy.
  2. Many investors prefer to calculate the yield to maturity to make informed decisions.
  3. Due to the uncertain market conditions, he decided to hold his bonds to yield to maturity.

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