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About Stoever Glass & Co.

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Stoever Glass & Co, Inc.

Stoever Glass & Co., Inc. has specialized in Municipal Bonds for individual investors for 50 years. We are located in the heart of the financial district at 30 Wall Street in New York City. If you have questions, please feel free to call any Stoever Glass representative at 1-800-223-3881.
Accrued Interest – Interest earned on a bond since the last interest payment.
Maturity – The date upon which the principal becomes due.
Callable Bond – A bond which is subject to redemption prior to maturity at the option of the issuer.
Current Yield – The percent of interest in relation to the market price of a bond.
Yield to Maturity – The annualized percentage of income from a bond---your actual true yield.
General Obligation – A bond secured by a pledge of the issuer’s full faith, credit and taxing power.
Revenue Bond – A bond payable from the revenues collected from the users of a specified project.

Free Educational Articles


Municipal Bond Portfolio Planning Kit

For over 50 years in the municipal bond business we have been convinced that buying bonds that best suit your investment goals is the most important thing to know. That’s the only way professional buyers invest so we created the “Municipal Bond Portfolio Planning Kit” to show you how to establish your goals and what type of bonds best suit your goals. We think that what Garland Morse, retired CEO of GTE Sylvania said about the kit is exactly right, “In one hour, I learned more about municipals than I knew after ten years of buying them”.


An Introduction to Municipal Bonds

The income from municipal bonds is tax free (unless otherwise indicated), and that is what initially attracts investors. And one step further---most states exempt their bonds from state income tax for residents of their state. Of equal importance is the fact that general obligations and essential service revenue municipal bonds in particular have also had an excellent record for safety.


An Inside Look at the Rating Game

Often, comparing the ratings of municipal bonds can be somewhat misleading. For example a hospital’s A rated bond is obviously weaker than the A rated general obligation bond of the town in which it is located. In dollars and cents the impact is that some investors, looking at ratings only, and not differentiating among the various types of bonds, may get less value for their money. The knowledgeable investor who considers the type of municipal bond more than the rating, may benefit by increasing yield without sacrificing quality. This article will show you how to evaluate the various types of municipals.


Bond Arithmetic & The Theory Behind It

This educational article explains a very complicated subject in easy to understand plain English.


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