In Plus episode 296 for the week of May 2, 2020, we learn about extended-hour stock trading and why the after-hour trading sessions can be volatile.
We look at the yields, pricing, and historical default rates of municipal bonds in light of the Federal Reserve’s announcements regarding the Municipal Liquidity Facility.
Finally, we evaluate PeerStreet’s new program to purchase discounted notes that yield 11% to 14% before default.
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