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Ladder strategy

A strategy in which a bond Portfolio is constructed to have approximately equal amounts invested in each Maturity within a given Range, to reduce Interest rate risk.

Related Terms: 8 ACH, Interest rate risk, Interest, Interest rate, Maturity, Portfolio, Risk, Range
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