WiseAlpha Question and Answer Session With Founder Rezaah Ahmad
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I recently visited the offices of WiseAlpha to sit down with Founder Rezaah Ahmad. Rezaah explained how Wiseapha offers investors the opportunity to invest in individual corporate bonds that were once inaccessible to anyone other than high net worth individuals.
Here are the topics Rezaah and I chatted about:
When WiseAlpha was launched and Rezah’s founder experience
What investment products WiseAlpha offers investors
What corporate bonds are
The difference between secured and unsecured bonds
How risky corporate bonds are
How WiseAlpha decides which bonds to list
What is the minimum investment amount
What is the average investor return rate since launch
What’s the benefits of investing in corporate bonds vs peer to peer lending
What’s the difference between investing in index bond tracker funds and WiseAlpha
Are WiseAlpha’s corporate bonds liquid (can they be sold)
Have any WiseAlpha’s bonds defaulted
How do default bond recoveries work
Is WiseAlpha profitable
How to evaluate risk when picking bonds
One feature I like is you can decide which bonds you don’t want to autoinvest in.
For anyone who wants the ability to invest in corporate bonds using auto or manual invest, WiseAlpha offers a unique opportunity to do so.
** Remember that corporate bond investing contains risk and is not covered by FSCS protection like bank savings.**
Disclaimer: I currently don’t invest through WiseAlpha
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