ranshadow, Of the eight bonds you list, not a one of them is worth looking at unless your intention is to buy return-free risk. YTM is a meaningless number. What matters is the after-taxes, after-inflation yield of a bond prorated over its risks. If your broker's platform facilitates exporting the output of bond searches, build the technical vetting tools you need so that you can slam through thousands of bonds in a few minutes and have highlighted for you just the few that might merit digging into fundamentally. The two disciplines work together, and the basic books don't discuss how this should be done, which is A Good Thing, because it gives them that do build a bond evaluation process for themselves a competitive edge. So keep running scans until you finally figure out how to make wages from the bond game. Charlie
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