What is a bond call provision?

A "call" is when the issuer of the bonds has an opportunity to redeem the bonds after a certain specified amount of time has passed. This doesn't guarantee a continuation of a high yield after the call date - it limits the appreciation of the bonds, and it makes the investment more risky. These call provisions can be complex, so it is best for investors that don't have strong knowledge to avoid bonds with a call feature.

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