High 8-8.5% Yields | Fixed-Income3.com

FX3 | Fixed-Income3.com targets a 8-8.5 % yield with our 3+ average maturity that is far better than the current 0.91% that the three year government bonds are currently paying.  That works out to be about an 800% increase of income.

Based on the above treasury yield, if you have a $ 1, 000,000 portfolio in US government bonds for three years your yearly income would be $9,100 dollar.   Or only $758.33 dollars per month, hardly fitting a millionaire life style.

With our midpoint 8.25% yield with a similar maturities, using the same $ 1,000,000 portfolio, your yearly income could be $82,500. Or $ 6,875.00 dollars per month. Thus a higher income yield can greatly increase your standard of living, in this case over 800%.

It’s simple: You worked hard to earn your money,  it’s time your income worked as hard to support you !

High 8-8.5% Yields for FX1, FX2, and FX3 is similar.

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