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Treasuries can be considered as the safest investments in the world and they earned a good reputation from that.
Treasuries are backed by “the full faith and credit” of the U.S. government. The risk of default on these fixed-income securities is NIL. Not even the safest corporate bond in the world can make that claim. If you’re primary goal is to not lose money, treasuries are for you. When you buy a Treasury Bill, Bond or Note you’ll get your interest payments and you’ll get your principal back.
They are not a risk-free. There are, in fact, two very clear risks to holding Treasuries.
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TRUE STORY .. Mr. Donald J. Trump remain as chairman and CEO of Trump Organization and continue to collect a $2 million dollar paycheck. So…how does a CEO decide to file for bankruptcy twice and still come out at the top of the heap?
No Personal Involvement
First, Trump doesn’t get personally involved. He knows how to protect his personal finances. In both instances, Trump’s corporations have filed for bankruptcy; but not personally. Therefore, when his casino fell into about a billion dollars in debt. Trump only made the decision to do so once he had spoken to his banks and bondholders.
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