Investing is not an obligation, but it can be an asset


Diversified risk

Owning Bonds is an investment alternative in the event of a Stock Market crash.

Source of extra income

By investing in Bonds, you may receive, on a regular basis, a certain amount of money.

More confidence and comfort

Investing in Bonds generally has a lower associated risk than investing in Stocks.

Frequently Asked Questions

What else do you need to know?

These are our frequently asked questions.

How to contact ActivoBank?

+351 210 030 700 (calls to national landline network), with personalized service available on business days (including trading holidays), from 8am to 10pm, Saturdays (10am to 8pm), Sundays and public holidays (12pm to 8pm). The cost of communications depends on the tariff agreed with your telecommunications operator.

How do stock exchange operations work?

In order to buy a Stock, you must place a buy order, in which you define the price at which you want to buy the Stock, and the amount of Stocks that you wish to purchase. As soon as there is someone selling at the same price on the market, the order is executed. The same applies to a sell order.

What's a Bond?

Bonds are debt instruments, which can be issued by companies or governments. When an entity issues a Bond, it's stipulated to pay a certain amount, on a certain date to the holder of the Bond, and may also pay periodic amounts until that date.

How important is time when investing in Bonds?

As a moderate risk product, it is advisable to consider a medium/long term investment for Bonds, and in the event of a fall in value, the longer the investment term, the more time is left to recover the value lost.

What sets the price of a Bond?

A Bond varies in price depending on the existing demand, which is calculated based on the yield (expected return of the Bond), the risk of payment failure by the issuer, the Bond's maturity and the prevailing interest rate environment.

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