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Fixed income investment securities include, but are not limited to, municipal bonds, zero coupon municipal bonds, treasury bonds and corporate bonds, and: 

  • Are Not FDIC Insured 
  • Are Not Bank Guaranteed 
  • Are Not Deposits 
  • Are Not Insured by Any Federal Government Agency 
  • Are Capable of Losing Value 

The exception are brokered certificates of deposit, which are only sold and purchased through registered broker dealers, but are FDIC insured. The insured limits are set forth by the FDIC. SecuraWealth Investment Strategies, LLC (“SecuraWealth”) is an independent Registered Investment Advisor and not a registered broker dealer, but sources its business through registered broker dealers of its choice. SecuraWealth does not act as a custodian for any client assets or take responsibility for any assets purchased through one of its registered broker dealers of choice. For further details regarding FDIC coverage and limits, refer to the FDIC, as well as the originating registered broker dealer of choice. For information regarding insured coverage limits of individual accounts, inquire at the corresponding originating registered broker dealer, acting as custodian for said assets, regarding Securities Investor Protection Corporation ("SIPC") and/or Excess SIPC coverage amounts, if applicable. 

You must make your own determination as to whether fixed income securities such as, but not limited to, those mentioned on the pages of this web site, are consistent with your specific investment objectives as well as risk tolerance. 

Investing in fixed income securities for the purpose of generating tax-exempt income, is generally more beneficial the higher an individual investor's tax bracket. Accounts classified as tax-advantaged, such as, but not limited to IRAs and 401(k)’s, are generally not appropriate for holding tax-exempt securities. 

Market prices of zero coupon bonds tend to be more volatile than bonds which pay interest on a regular basis. The full value of zero coupon bonds, including the accrued interest, is not paid until the maturity date of the zero coupon bond. Interest on taxable zero-coupon bonds is imputed annually as accreted interest and is subject to income taxes even though no payment is actually received by the investor in that year. This is commonly referred to as "phantom interest." 

Any fixed income security, including, but not limited to municipal bonds, zero coupon bonds, CDs, and corporate bonds, which are sold or redeemed prior to maturity may be subject to a gain or loss. 

Making an investment in any security involves risk. As such, the potential exists of losing money when you make an investment in securities. In general, the bond market is volatile. As such, bond prices may rise when interest rates fall and vice versa. This effect is typically pronounced for longer-term securities. 

The information provided on the pages of this web site is general in nature, and designed for informational and educational purposes only, and should not be considered or construed as legal or tax advice, or as complete or all encompassing descriptions. It is essential that you consider the information on the pages of this web site within the context of your individual risk tolerance, and investment goals and objectives. SecuraWealth does not provide legal or tax advice. Consult with an attorney or tax professional regarding your specific legal or tax situation.

The web site for SecuraWealth is not a solicitation for services: All information contained on this web site should not be considered or construed as an offer or solicitation to buy or sell securities. Additionally, no security shall be offered or sold to any individual and who is not of legal age to make personal investments, in any jurisdiction, in which such an offer, solicitation, purchase or sale would be unlawful under the securities laws of said jurisdiction. Additionally, the information contained on this web site is not intended to be used or distributed to any person outside of the United States. Services referenced and described on this web site may not be available in all states and are subject to change without notice.

Any links to other web sites or references to information produced by others, as provided herein, does not imply the endorsement or approval of same by SecuraWealth. 

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